Beginning of the year 2018, there has been many rumours about launching of foldable smartphone but Royole was the first to launch Flexi Pai – First world foldable smartphone. After then Samsung decides to seat up to launches it foldable device as well.
Already, Rumors of Samsung launching its much-rumored foldable phone alongside the Galaxy S10 lineup next year have been making rounds for some time, but it now seems like the Korean giant may give us an early look at its foldable phone during its Developer Conference, starting tomorrow.
So while they making preparation for the new foldable smartphones, Lets just ramp up some expected specs of the device;
According to Bloomberg report, mentioned about the inclusion of two displays on this foldable phone, a popular Korean website. Giving weight to this leak and sheds a light on the screen sizes. The primary screen on the inside is expected to measure 7.29-inches and the other is a 4.6-inch panel on the outside – to handle basic functions like messaging and calling without having to fold open the device.
As well some suggestion said that the Galaxy F-series phone (as it is being referred to) is going to be powered by the upcoming Qualcomm “Snapdragon 8510” processor, paired with at least 8GB RAM and 512GB internal storage.
Samsung settled on this dual-screen design, where the outer panel is activated when you fold the phone, earlier in July and both of them are OLED screens. It does have a hinge in the middle to help it fold like a book and the dual-display design is stated to have made the device pretty bulky and power-hungry. This could, however, be compensated by a bigger 6,000mAh battery. The device will officially be launched at Samsung’s next Unboxed event, possibly at CES next year.