Samsung has finally unveiled the Galaxy F, or now as it would be known as, the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Following the Samsung Galaxy S10 launch, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the device that would now dictate the future of the very definition of smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold would be no slouch, that’s for sure. Samsung has revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Fold would come with a 7.3-inch display when extended and would be able to be folded to view a 4.6-inch display, essentially transforming it into a smartphone.
Internally, we finally get to see the Samsung’s UFS 3.0 chips in action. Following our broken hopes of seeing UFS 3.0 storage in the S10 lineup, the Samsung Galaxy Fold has been confirmed to support the new technology. The rest of the specs continue to dictate the flagship featuring Samsung’s Exynos 9820 SoC, 12GB LPDDR4x RAM and more.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy F would feature five cameras in total. The Samsung Galaxy Fold is said to back a trio of sensors at the back, consisting of a 16MP ultra-wide shooter, 12MP wide shooter and a 12MP telephoto camera. The latter of the two 12MP sensors would feature OIS and with the former 12MP wide shooter featuring Samsung’s classy dual aperture mode.
When extended, the Samsung Galaxy F would feature two cameras up front, that is, a 10MP sensor and an 8MP sensor. When folded, only the 10MP camera would be visible, leaving the 8MP camera hidden.
With the Samsung Galaxy F though, Samsung would finally give away with the MicroSD card slot, something that Samsung has been holding on to for a very long time.
With the Samsung Galaxy F, Samsung would be tweaking their new One UI software to make the whole experience on the Samsung Galaxy F plausible. Furthermore, Samsung has already revealed the color options the Samsung Galaxy F would come with. Samsung Galaxy F would come in four colors, Space Silver, Cosmos Black, Martian Green, and Astro Blue.
Samsung hasn’t revealed an official debut date for the device, neither have they revealed the price tag we could expect of the device when it launches this year. However, given how things are moving forward, Samsung could potentially be moving the Galaxy F launch towards the last quarter of 2019. But then given how much they’ve revealed at this point, we can’t make up our mind. What we are sure about is the fact that this device would definitely be priced above the $1500 mark.