Samsung Galaxy X 'folding phone' leak suggests a reveal this week

Royole Releases the World’s First Commercial Foldable Smartphone

Royole FlexPai: World’s first foldable smartphone launched, check features

We will have more details about the new foldable smartphone from Samsung when the device is made official later this week at Samsung's Developer Conference which takes place between the 7th and 8th of November.

The reveal is also created to help developers ensure their apps are optimised for the folding screen, because as we all know devices are doomed to fail if they don't get the right app support.

An official with knowledge of the foldable phone told Reuters it will only show "detailed images", if anything at all.

The companys VP of mobile communications confirmed that the user interface will be shown off at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC). There's a clear chance Samsung could also tease its foldable phone at the event to gauge the interest of the developer community. Dr Bill Liu, CEO of Royole, said: 'TheRoyole FlexPai foldable smartphone provides mobile phone users with a revolutionary, different experience compared to traditional phones'.

The biggest hint that they'd be announcing the phone came when the company updated their photos on social media with a folding Samsung logo, which could mean we're finally going to get a look at Samsung's latest offering at the conference on Wednesday.

The upcoming foldable smartphone from Samsung will likely run Android operating system. Samsung has also registered Infinity-V in the US.

Apart from the teaser image, Samsung hasn't officially disclosed anything. Now the company has several phones up its sleeves like the Galaxy S10 or the flip phone which is to debut in China but the foldable phone is said to be the most awaited-one out of all.

The device, which has been the subject of speculation for years, will reportedly sport 7.3in OLED screen when open and 4.5in when folded in.

That could change, especially if more mainstream phone makers like Samsung start making flexible phones as well. "Yes, it feels a bit gimmicky, but the FlexPai does actually deliver on its promise of being the 'first foldable smartphone, '" said Mashable's Karissa Bell.

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