Samsung to revamp Galaxy 'J' with 4 smartphones in India

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Although still not a big player, Samsung's performance slightly overperformed the same research company's projections announced earlier in the year that expected Samsung to have only a 0.8 percent market share in the same period. He had added that it will be made official only when it is completely ready. We may see interesting phone designs by the time MWC 2019 rolls by from not only Samsung but other manufacturers as well.

According to a report by a Korean publication named The Bell, Samsung is going to refer to the Galaxy S10 with the codename "Beyond" as the internal moniker. The code name for the phone has also been changed from "Valley" to "Winner" which might indicate the project has moved beyond development at this point.

The Korean giant is also expected to launch the anniversary edition smartphone earlier than it generally does, with the expected date of arrival now being at CES in January 2019.

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Meanwhile, the Galaxy X is rumored to flaunt no less than three 3.5-inch OLED displays, which is capable to fold out creating a massive (almost tablet-sized) smartphone. Each panel is speculated to be sized around 3.5 inches.

Not only Samsung but since a long time, Nokia and Motorola also have been using OLED display for their smartphones while Apple just past year used the same feature in its iPhone X smartphone. The prototypes of the smartphone were reported showcased at this year's CES, which was held in Las Vegas.

Samsung launched its flagship Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus models in Barcelona earlier this year and rumours of an early Galaxy Note 9 launch this year is also doing the internet rounds. Hence, it is advisable to take this report with a pinch of salt.