Samsung fans will pretty much be getting all that there is to get in the new year as the South Korean tech company has been stunning the market with its various releases and leaks, the latest being the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus which has already surpassed the sales data recorded on the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge devices.
The tech company according to latest sightings is set to release more device into the market as a new smartphone has been reported to be in testing from the stables of the tech company. The unknown Samsung branded phone which surfaced online has been awarded the Wi-Fi certification as it was spotted on the WiFI Alliance website. The device has however sparked reactions and speculations that the newly spotted device may be the much rumored and expected Samsung Galaxy X prototype.
The recently spotted device carries a codename of SM-G888N0 with the last part, NO, revealing that the device is intended for South Korea.
However, SamMobile reported that the recently spotted device is the much rumored Galaxy X prototype for the first foldable device which the tech company has been rumored to be working upon after obtaining its patent sometimes ago.
The device was reported to be expected to come into the market running on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, other reports, however, indicate that the device may be known as the Galaxy S8 sport which could come into the market with an offering from Sprint.