A ‘Concept Video’ Of The Samsung Galaxy F Surfaces

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A ‘Concept Video’ Of The Samsung Galaxy F Surfaces

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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 the Galaxy F is currently unavailable. Recently, a YouTube channel with the username ‘Concept Creator’ has shared a concept video of the foldable Galaxy F.

Galaxy F Concept

The concept video shows a smartphone that folds out into a sleek looking tablet. The tablet mode has a 4.2:3 aspect ratio, edge-to-edge display with rounded corners and negligible bezels. In the smartphone mode, it has a smaller, 4.3-inch infinity display with thick top and bottom bezels. The front-facing selfie camera is present on the top bezel of the phone. The device has a clamshell style curved hinge that gives it the folding capabilities.

The power button & volume rockers are placed on the left side when the device is in phone mode. The Galaxy F concept also has a USB Type-C port, 3.5 mm headphone jack & dual bottom firing speakers. Additionally, the device also has dual rear cameras along with an LED flash and unidentified sensor. 

Also Read: Foldable Samsung Phone Will Launch In First Half of 2019

Albeit, the video is a fan-made concept. But it does looks amazing & we hope that the final product resembles the same. If Samsung is actually able to pull off something like this, it will help the tech giant further strengthen its roots in the smartphone market. Again, it must be kept in mind that this is just a fan-made concept and the real device may not be the same.

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