Samsung‘s first foldable smartphone (Galaxy F) will be launched in the coming year. But today we know its price, how it will work, what displays it will offer. Everything else remains a great mystery, so we have to do with the current speculation.
The new Galaxy F will be so advanced and so excellently equipped for it that the company Samsung may ask to sky-high sum. The price leaked on the Korea Times where its analyst sources claimed the new category of the handset would mean paying a premium for the limited run. As a result, the price is expected to be around the 2 million Korean won mark, which is about $1764.
The new folding phone from the South Korean manufacturer will be named Galaxy F, according to available information. It will, therefore, be part of an entirely new model line that will be created for the upcoming trend in the mobile industry. There will be only smartphones with flexible imaging units such as the Infinity Flex panel introduced yesterday evening.
The new user has a choice of 2 diagonals because there are up to 2 independent displays available. One is located on the front of the Samsung Galaxy F and measures 4.58 inches while the other we see after we lay down the structure. It has a 7.3-inch screen made of the special flexible material that can be folded like a piece of paper. In addition, the manufacturer claims he can handle up to several hundred thousand bends.
The technical specification of the flexible Infinity Flex display is 420 pixels per inch or the golden middle way. The same goes for the second hand on the front of the smartphone, which has an identical density, but a different aspect ratio. Its sides reach a 21: 9 ratio, while the main panel sides are 4.2: 3.
A full-fledged roll-up of the Samsung Galaxy F seems to be coming during the launch of the Galaxy S10 flagship at the end of February. In that case, the sale could start sometime at the turn of March and April.