The rumor of an enigmatic foldable Samsung phone has been going around for quite some time now, but recently, there seem to be evidences pointing to the fact that a flexible handset called the Samsung Galaxy F exist and could be launching very soon.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy F seem to have smaller bezels, according to latest renders. The foldable Galaxy F packs a 2160p Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen at a screen size of 7.3 inch, which is a flexible OLED screen that can be folded in half and unfolded to give a medium-sized tablet with the screen inside.
It boasts of a squared 4.2:3 aspect ratio with a resolution of QXGA+ (2152 x 1536) and a 4.58 inch screen, which is a thicker slab packing a 21:9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 840 x 1960 on the outside.
This implies that the user can browse, connect, watch and even multi-task, all without losing a single beat, using three active apps on the larger screen display simultaneously. The device will run on Android 9 Pie, and chipset of Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 has been confirmed.
It should feature an 8GB RAM and an internal storage of 512GB with a supportive micro SD card slot to add another 512GB of space. The battery capacity is a non removable Li-Po 6000mAh with fast charging battery. This device price is expected to be on the high side, starting from $1,559. It will be unveiled on February 20 alongside the Galaxy S10, S10E and S10 Plus.