The Samsung not only preparing for the Galaxy S10 and the foldable smartphone is expected with great interest, with the first rumors focus on cameras that are on the back side.
More specifically, rumors come from South Korea and ETNews where it states that the rear cameras of Samsung’s foldable smartphone will be three with Infinity Flex Display, and they can not be the same as the Galaxy S10 + and is something we have to wait until March to see how it really works.
The exact date of the roll-out smartphone is not yet known, but rumors say we will see it in its final form sometime in March, with the triple camera being made up of two regular lenses and a wide-angle lens, bringing to mind the setup of the Galaxy A7, only in these devices the cameras will be of higher quality compared to the A7.
The foldable smartphone is rumored to be released after the official announcement of the Galaxy S10 and possibly equipped with the Bixby 3.0, it will have an external screen at 4.6 inches and a foldable 7.3 inches, and the sale price of this device is expected to be very high.
According to the previous report, the foldable phone would be powered by the Exynos 9820 and Snapdragon 855, paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. When it comes to the battery, the handset will feature 2 distinct battery cells, one in each half of the chassis, for a total capacity of 5000mAh to 6000mAh. As 2018 drew to a close, a number of reports suggested the foldable phone price range at between $1930 and $2570 and come in Silver color option.
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