Samsung has placed a teaser on YouTube showing a foldable phone along with other progressive technology. The video was eventually removed.
Samsung Galaxy F
The Vietnamese branch of Samsung has placed a teaser on YouTube for Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event that will take place on February 20 this month. Samsung is going to introduce the Galaxy S10, that the company itself has announced, but we will more than likely also see the launch of the foldable phone. That unit will be called Galaxy Fold or Galaxy F called.
In the teaser of Samsung Vietnam, we see a number of advanced technologies such as a robotic arm that very accurately places tattoos, a phone that performs an ultrasound and, yes, a foldable phone. The foldable phone that you’ll find in the video below is made according to the same principle as the foldable phone that Samsung showed earlier at its developer conference. If you compare the phone with a book, it has a large screen the size of a tablet on the inside and a smaller smartphone screen on the front of the book cover.
When Samsung showed the folding phone for the first time, there was a lot of bad lighting and it was hidden in a cover-up case. Yet it seems that the phone in the video is a concept. The device would have a
Furthermore, based on the various rumors, we expect the device to have a battery between 5000 mAh and 6000 mAh. The Galaxy F would also get really high-end specifications, such as 8 GB of memory and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. According to various sources, the folding device would be around 1500 to 1600 dollars.