Samsung has been long rumored to launch a foldable smartphone rumored to be called the Samsung Galaxy F. Looks like Samsung is now all set to make the Samsung Foldable Phone a reality. Samsung has revealed that we can expect a Samsung Foldable device as early as November this year at Samsung’s Developer Conference.
According to a report by CNET, D.J. Koh, CEO of Samsung said you’ll be able to use the device as a tablet with multitasking capabilities before being able to fold it up into a portable phone. He also said, “When we deliver a foldable phone, it has to be really meaningful to our customer.”
Koh also stressed that the Samsung Foldable phone will not be a gimmick product that will disappear after some months of its availability. Samsung will also make the Foldable phone a global phone, the company will start with limited markets but will soon bring it globally.
Samsung is not the only company trying to bring a commercially feasible Foldable smartphone. In fact, ZTE already sells a Foldable phone called the ZTE Axon M. But ZTE Axon M is more of a flip phone with dual-screens and we have high expectations from the Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 9 are one of the best-looking smartphones in the marketing right now and one of the biggest reason for that is the gorgeous Samsung Infinity display. We know Samsung knows how to bring curve displays and it will be interesting to see if Samsung can curve it enough to fold.
Samsung with its Note series opened up the market for bigger phones but now in 2018 Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is just another big screen phone with a smart stylus. The Samsung Galaxy F might be the next big change we see in the smartphone world. Agree? Disagree? Let us know your opinions in the comments below or tweet us @sidtechworld. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for latest tech news, deals, reviews and more.
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