Samsung Galaxy X1 appears under model number SM-X9000

Samsung Galaxy X1 appears under model number SM-X9000

Compare this to the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S6 which both managed to push out only 45 million units each. The color option was made available in the US and South Korea soon after it was announced, with a few other markets receiving it recently.

The report also revealed that Xiaomi have already begun receiving the processors for their new phone and it will be released in limited quantities. Samsung has cleverly refrained from any talk of a new tablet this week.

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An article in rumour blog Sammobile said that the Korean firm could remove the 3.5mm headphone jack from the upcoming phone, scheduled to launch next year. Whether or not Samsung makes the Black Pearl option available in Europe still remains to be seen though. It can charge via the USB-C, which was first introduced in the Galaxy Note 7 among Samsung smartphones.

The handset maker never confirmed the existence of its virtual assistant nor the fact that Bixby will be deeply integrated within Samsung Galaxy S8's software, just like Google Assistant. We've seen leaked information as well as some leaked images of the device. Additionally, there is a possibility that the recent depreciation of the south Korean won (down by close to 9% in Q4) also helped to boost profitability, as Samsung's component sales are settled in USA dollars. The news outlet has also claimed that the upcoming device will be released in April 2017 alongside Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galax S8 Edge. Initial reports suggested that Samsung will unveil the phone at Mobile World Congress in late February. This would also include an Iris scanner that made its debut on the Galaxy series with the now dead, Note 7. The latter is likely to be a slimmed-down version of Samsung Pay, though we don't know to what extent. Well, not much has changed a week later but a new leak may have given us some model numbers and a new name with the Samsung Galaxy X1.