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Samsung Foldable Phone ‘Galaxy F’: Specification and More

Samsung foldable phone ‘Galaxy F’:

Samsung is about to launch its much-awaited foldable Galaxy Smartphone. Most probably coming under the Galaxy F series codenamed as the winner tomorrow. The Samsung’s twitter handle yesterday had posted a photo hinting at the launch of the device. This is not the first hint from Samsung about a possible sneak peek at the upcoming foldable phone, though.

The event invites posted on Twitter already gives a clear hint at a foldable smartphone. The tagline ‘Where Now Meets the Next’ seems to indicate that Samsung will tease something big tomorrow. In September, Samsung’s mobile chief DJ Koh hinted that a foldable phone will be announced at its developer conference in November. Although, much information isn’t available about the smartphone yet. It has been stated to come with a 7-inch display, foldable in half.

The phone will reportedly come with 512GB of internal storage, dual-SIM capability, and a silver color option.

The company plans to produce more than 100,000 units this month. Although the phone won’t go on sale before next year. Price details to be precise aren’t available yet. But, sources have told that it’s going to be priced around $1500, which does seem to be on the expensive side. Samsung definitely plans to target niche markets with the launch of this foldable phone. The paper specifically mentions mobile gaming as a key focus. Though Samsung isn’t alone working on a foldable smartphone.

Just last week, little-known Chinese startup Royale had announced the ‘world’s first commercial foldable smartphone’, dubbed the FlexPai. It runs on Qualcomm’s yet-to-be-announced Snapdragon 8150 chipset and is expected to ship in December.

Also read – Here is what Samsung’s Foldable smartphone could offer.

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