South Korean technology giant made news last month when it gave the world the first look of its foldable phone at its developer conference. After that, it has been reported that the device will be launched early next year with Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup. Some reports have also claimed that three Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones would launch first and the launch of Samsung’s 5G smartphone and the foldable phone will follow.
A new report from a Korean market research group LetsGoDigital has surfaced online that reveals certain features of the upcoming Galaxy F. According to the report, the foldable handset will house an enormous 6,000mAh battery. That’s actually the kind of battery capacity that we see in tablets and not smartphones. But considering that Samsung Galaxy Fold is a tablet-cum-smartphone and it has a 7-inch AMOLED screen, a 6,000mAh battery is not very surprising.
The report has further said that the battery of the device will be ‘split into two’ in order to cater to the folding display of the smartphone. Additionally, it has also been revealed that Samsung Galaxy F will house an 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage and this may be the only variant of the handset.
Although it has not been confirmed yet, the smartphone is said to be powered by Exynos 9820/ Snapdragon 855 processor. But what we do know is that the foldable phone will run OneUI based on Android 9 Pie, which promises to bring enhanced multitasking capabilities to the folding phone. It will also add a minimalistic design to the user interface and increase the ease of performing various tasks.
Coming back to the report that has recently surfaced online, it claims the presence of 12MP+12MP dual rear cameras and an 8MP selfie camera. It has been tipped that the upcoming folding phone by Samsung will bear a price tag of 2 million won, which becomes approximately Rs 1,28,000 when converted. The smartphone giant has said that initially, it will only make a million units of the Galaxy Fold phone and more units will only be made if the demand arises.