The Ledger Nano S has been the go to hardware wallet for many crypto users because of it's high security features, modern design, and the ability to completely keep the hardware wallet offline when it's not in use.
Ledger has realized that many users have been complaining the wallet is not mobile friendly, so Ledger has decided to go ahead and create a mobile compatible hardware wallet, the Ledger Nano X.
The Ledger Nano X is going to be targeted for people that rarely touch a computer these days and instead use their mobile device for almost everything these days. With the Ledger Nano X you are going to connect via Bluetooth to your mobile device. Your Ledger will still hold your private keys, but your mobile phone or another computing device will be required to sign off on transactions.
The Ledger Nano X is also going to have a slightly bigger screen as well, but one of the main improvements to the device is that it will have a much larger memory storage and will be able to store the apps for up to 100 crypto assets (hopefully they are assets) which is 6 times the storage of the Ledger Nano S.
One of the other reasons for the increased memory is that different cryptocurrencies are becoming more complex, so each cryptocurrency will need its own app for sending and receiving coins, which will also make the Ledger more secure.
Ledger is planning on making this announcement at the annual Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas very soon and they have a countdown on their website about when they are planning on releasing the big news.