Samsung has been alluring the fans since last year with its concept foldable phone. The phone is assumed to be named ‘Galaxy F’ smartphone and is expected to launch in the ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ event on 20th February. A teaser video was posted by Samsung Vietnam this week which showcases the Galaxy F, however, it was taken down shortly afterwards. But then, by then it had been downloaded and re-uploaded by other channels on YouTube and the video gives fans a good look at the futuristic foldable phone by Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy F comes with a screen which is flexible and folds like a notebook, and the company calls it the ‘Infinity Flex’. The device has a 7.3-inch display that comes with 1536×2152 pixel resolutions and a smaller secondary 4.5-inch cover display with 840×1960 pixels resolution.
Coming back to the video, it spans over a minute and shows the upcoming Galaxy F opening up like a folder with screens on both sides. The phone acts as a smartphone when folded but when one opens it, it turns into a tablet. Last November, the company unveiled its foldable phone at its developer conference.
Samsung has planned to launch its foldable phone later this year. During the ‘Unpacked’ event when the company will release the Galaxy S10 series they are also planning to announce the full spec sheet and probably the price of the foldable phone as well. Since last year, the company has been very discreet about the foldable phone. There is no doubt that the phone will come with powerful specifications and will have a price tag higher than Samsung Galaxy Note 9 or the iPhone XS Max. Several reports suggest that it may even be double the price of these smartphones.
But still, the foldable phone by Samsung will be a device that will break the typical smartphone cast and it may also pave a way for future handsets. It will entirely change the way a smartphone is supposed to be and look like.
Video courtesy: Mobile.com, YouTube
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