However, once Samsung started introducing curved screen versions of its flagships, the number of top-end Samsung smartphones launched each year has gone up considerably.
Apart from Galaxy X, all other Samsung flagships of 2017 will incorporate QHD Super AMOLED screens with the RGB subpixels arrangement. At the same time, it is expected we will see the Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy Note 7 edge launched later in the year, although exactly when isn't clear, previously this has been September, but rumors say this year's Galaxy Note 6 will arrive in August.
The Samsung Galaxy X, on the other hand, is rumored to adopt a 4K display with a PenTile subpixel arrangement.
Coming to the upcoming Galaxy Note 6, the battery capacity of the phone is expected to be a 4,000mAh cell, which will go along nicely with the 5.8-inch screen. It's said users will be able to fold up the handset to make it easily fit in a pocket. One of those would be the highly anticipated Galaxy X. Because that was so well-received the firm later followed up with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, as well as the Galaxy S6 edge+ tablet variant which released alongside the Galaxy Note 5. For instance, a Full HD display unit with a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels and Ultra High-Quality Audio will be featured on both handsets. In our previous report, it was stated that the smartphone would be sporting a Snapdragon 823, which is expected to be much more powerful variant of Snapdragon 820. Recent rumors also suggest a Blackberry Hub-like communications center known as Samsung Focus will debut with the new tablet, and if so, Samsung's firmware for the device will reflect that inclusion.
The device will be powered by a 4000mAh battery and will come with a USB-C port.