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Galaxy X: New Patents Suggest That Samsung’s Foldable Phone Will Be A Multitasking Monster

The Samsung Galaxy X might finally make it to a limited production run later this year, and if recent rumors about the device are any indication, the South Korean tech giant is already refining the hardware and software for the device. Just recently, a number of new patents have emerged about the foldable handset, giving new insights on how Samsung would turn the Galaxy X’s trademark feature into one of its biggest highlights.
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