The support page is for a smartphone with the model number ‘SM-G888N0’, a label that is widely believed to be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy X. According to the Dutch site, Mobiel Kopen (as reported by Let’s Go Digital) found a support page for the smartphone on Samsung’s Korean site. Although, the support page doesn’t provide specifications of the device, it does confirm the existence of a foldable smartphone. The SM-G888 had already received a few certifications from regulators including the Bluetooth SIG, Wi-Fi Alliance, and South Korea’s own National Radio Research Agency, reports Mobiel Kopen.
One can expect Samsung to launch the Galaxy X initially in South Korea and also get it certified there. Based on the reception of the Galaxy X, it may decide when to release the device in the other countries. Also, since it’s a foldable smartphone, it might see a limited launch.