Samsung Galaxy F the first foldable phone from Samsung is expected to go in production early 2019. And could become available sometime next year.
Samsung explained how its foldable phone concept will work at its developer conference earlier this month. The South Korean giant does not seem to have finalised a name for its foldable phone yet, neither an exact date of availability. At the event, Samsung revealed very little about how the device will work.
As per a SamMobile report, the Samsung Galaxy F foldable Smartphone comes with model number SM-F900U will available with 512GB storage. The European and Asian different of the device will have model numbers SM-F900F and SM-F900N respectively. In addition, the phone will available globally in silver and black color options.
The size of the foldable Smartphone is 7.3-inch (1536×2152 pixel resolution) tablet with “Infinity Flex” flexible display technology that can folded into 4.6-inch screen that has a resolution of 1960 x 840 and an aspect ratio of 21:9.
Samsung the first mainstream is Smartphone manufacturer to showcase a foldable phone, though more Smartphone makers like Huawei and LG are also working on the foldable phone. The secondary 4.6-inch screen on Galaxy F will essentially used for checking messages and statuses and which will help easy.
Samsung finally gave a glimpse of its foldable phone last month after nearly two years of rumors and speculations. However, more information on its aesthetics like weight, thickness etc are unclear at this moment. Still, their are a lot of questions about how a foldable phone will work. How much it will cost and what utility it will offer the user.