Samsung at a developer’s conference teased its audience with a new foldable smartphone setting a new trend for smartphone manufacturers. This foldable smartphone is rumored to be called as Samsung Galaxy F. The company will apparently manufacturing as many as 1 million units of the device. It now appears that the phone may come with two batteries and a large storage configuration.
The company is likely to pack a massive battery of up to 6,000mAh in capacity in the device. There will be two batteries, one in each housing and the total battery capacity will be 5,000 to 6,000 mAh. The Samsung Galaxy F is also likely to come with the recently announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, and a dual 12-megapixel camera setup. On the camera front, we can expect a 12 MP + 12 MP dual camera and an 8 MP front camera.
It also said that the device will feature 8 GB of RAM and a 128 GB internal storage. The Samsung Galaxy F will pack an extra screen and pack features that seem targeted to on-the-go multitaskers. Samsung said it’ll be able to run three apps side-by-side using a feature dubbed “multi-active window.” Samsung describes its folding phone technology as Infinity Flex Display and said that mass-production of the device should begin in a “matter of months.” The display on the Samsung Galaxy F has a resolution of 1536 x 2152 pixels which gives it a 4.2:3 aspect ratio and a screen size of 7.3-inches. When folded, the device is an 840 x 1960 display with a tall aspect ratio of 21:9 and screen size of 4.58-inches.
Samsung hasn’t yet announced a clear launch date but expect updates and even a full-fletched unveiling as early as next spring for the Samsung Galaxy F. The average retail price will decline from $ 1,700 in 2019 to $ 1,300 in 2022. Samsung has not issued any official specifications of the device except the display information about its foldable device. There are also speculations that the Samsung Galaxy F could also be called as Galaxy X.