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Saturday, 25 November 2017

Amazing! Samsung copies to Apple even in the name of its next mobile

Samsung accidentally confirmed the nomenclature of its new smartphone on its help and support website. So far so good, if it were not for the name of the mobile would be a clear copy of an Apple iPhone ...

Samsung's dream is to surpass Apple's iPhone, so the code name of its Galaxy S8 was "dream" when it was in the process of development. Be that as it may, the company has not managed to get iOS users to look at their devices. Until now.

Samsung could use a very aggressive marketing strategy by copying the name of the iPhone X in its next terminal. According to all the rumors, the new smartphone would come under the name of "Galaxy X" .

Is the name Galaxy X a copy of the iPhone X?

We all know the arrogance, the acid humor and the taunts of Samsung towards Apple in their commercial spots . Since the South Korean company lost the judicial battle that confirmed that they had plagiarized the patents of the iPhone of Apple, there is much resquemor.

And, no matter how funny the taunts of Samsung towards Apple, it's not the most elegant marketing strategy. But back to the subject in question, Samsung's Galaxy X will be its first flexible mobile device. It could have an OLED screen that would be doubled by the central part, or as indicated by one of Samsung's patents.

Samsung has already shown some flexible devices in different technology events, but has never released a smartphone like that.

The help and support website of Samsung showed a smartphone with the serial number SM-G888N0 , a model previously associated with the Galaxy X.

The most curious thing about Samsung's Galaxy X is that we have not seen any leaks, in addition to these rumors. All Samsung smartphones are filtered after a while , and probably see it soon.

Has Samsung copied the name of the iPhone X? What do you think about this news? We wait for you in the comments.

Via | BGR 

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