Foldable phones have been rumored for years and finally, Samsung showcased a working prototype of one such device in their developer’s conference. The device will most probably be called the Samsung Galaxy F, owing to its foldable screen. Recently, in an interview with Yonhapnews (a South Korean news agency), Samsung said that the Galaxy F will be commercially available in the first half of 2019.
The company also claims to sell at least 1 million units of the foldable phone within the first year of its launch. According to sources, the smartphone will have a hefty price tag of $ 1,770 (around 2 million Korean Won). Any technical specification except the screen size of [...]
Lately, Samsung has been in the news because of their smartphone with a foldable display. The company gave a glimpse of the foldable phone recently at their Developer Conference held in San Francisco. The president of Samsung Mobile division, DJ Koh in a press briefing said that the foldable phone will be available within the first half of the next year. Additionally, he also claimed that Samsung plans to sell at least 1 million foldable phones in 2019.
Yonhapnews, a South Korean news agency suggests that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone in February next year. This will be followed by the foldable phone. The foldable phone, allegedly called the [...]
According to a report, Samsung is preparing to launch it’s line-up of flagship phones next year. The Korean giant is planning to launch three models of the Galaxy S10. This will be its first 5G capable phone to challenge its rivals in the Chinese market. The company is in talks with Verizon Communications to launch the Galaxy S10 in the U.S. market. As per the source, the device is still under production and will sport a fifth generation wireless chipset. Samsung aims to secure the support of one of the biggest U.S. carriers to popularise the technology. Fifth generation chips will be designed to transfer data faster than the fourth generation chips in use now. The company will [...]