Samsung expected to see smallest profits yet

Do note that the Rs 7,990 price tag refers to the 64GB variant of the smaller Galaxy S9

Do note that the Rs 7,990 price tag refers to the 64GB variant of the smaller Galaxy S9

A woman tries out augmented reality glasses with the new Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus mobile during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain February 27, 2018.

SAMSUNG'S RUN OF RECORD PROFITS looks to be coming to an end and the Galaxy S9 is reportedly to blame.

Rumors regarding the Galaxy X have been heating up.

Samsung is reportedly leading the race to build foldable smartphones with the development of a curved battery that it can produce in large numbers.

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Ice Universe, however, contradicted the previous report. Reports have claimed that the components of the foldable phone are already being manufactured, in time for an early 2019 launch. The Galaxy X will likely not cannibalize sales for the Galaxy S10, as the foldable smartphone is expected to be a niche device with a price tag that may go as high as around $1,800, almost double the price of the $1,000 iPhone X by rival Apple. Assuming this is the case, it would make sense to debut the Galaxy X at CES, thereby keeping the spotlight on the S10 at MWC.

A new filing by the FCC in the United States shows the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S-stylus will have Bluetooth capabilities. But it's interesting to hear about the kind of changes the tenth-anniversary Galaxy S flagship could bring on the imaging front, and we can expect to see more rumors about the same surfacing online in the months to come.

The word on the street is that Samsung's foldable device cost about $1,900 when it launches.

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