Samsung Galaxy F foldable phone details leak early
The Samsung Galaxy F, aka Galaxy X, foldable smartphone is due out early in 2019 and now more details about what to expect have appeared.
Release Date and Cost
Samsung officially unveiled the Infinity Flex display at its 2018 developer conference on Nov. 8, and now there are reports about the release date and price.
The company has said it plans to start mass production of the Infinity Flex display in the next few months, meaning we’re likely looking at a release date during the first half of 2019.
New details on the foldable Samsung smartphone have been revealed by SamMobile. It says that details about the storage capacity of the handset have appeared online. So, the model number SM–F900U will come with an impressive internal storage of 512GB . This could suggest the phone will be a unibody build with no slot for microSD expansion.
Other details reveal that the foldable phone should be available in two colour variants of Silver and Black.
Samsung has already revealed the phone’s screen which it calls the Infinity Flex Display.
Name: Galaxy F, Galaxy Flex or Samsung Flex?
Samsung might be cooking up new branding ideas for its foldable phone, according to a Wall Street Journal report. It says that Samsung is considering a variety of names for its device and might ultimately land on the Galaxy Flex or Samsung Flex instead of the Galaxy X and Galaxy F that have been pitched elsewhere.
You can read more phone details here.