Samsung’s Galaxy X foldable handset is still going strong as we get closer to the day of its unveiling. A chain of leaks and renders has given us a pre-look at the handset, though Samsung barely confirmed most of them.
As latest reports would have it, the South Korean tech company has certified the handset in its home country. The handset comes certified whilst bearing the model number – ‘’SM-G888N0.’’
One report also sees the handset getting approval from the National Radio Research Agency (NRRA) of the Korea Communications Commission (KCC) which automatically means, the Galaxy X Foldable device will roll out with a radio connectivity feature.
Notably, the model number SM-G888N0 doesn’t really tell us what the final device will be, however, the ‘N0’ seen at the end of the model name hints a Korean model.
The Galaxy X Foldable handset, as seen on the certification result page, was also tagged as ‘’Equipment of radio equipment for LTE mobile communication.’’
Even though it could be any device, one handset bearing the same model number was spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance as a mobile device.
It’s no doubt that the handset’s identity is still a bit obscure, but its US FCC certification listing, however, is rumored to clear out in a few weeks to come.
To refresh, word came from Samsung’s mobile chief DJ Koh some time back, suggesting that the South Korean giants were working towards launching a foldable device under its Galaxy Note series, not later than 2018.
Given a host sophisticated features that are expected to come with Samsung’s Galaxy X Foldable, many are claiming that the handset can compete with Apple’s upcoming iPhone X device.