Earlier this month, a young Chinese startup unveiled the world’s foldable phone called Royole Flexpai at an event held in Beijing, China. It is also the world’s first device to feature the next-gen 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile Platform. Before the Flexpai launch, the rumors suggested either Samsung or Huawei will be the first manufacturers to unveil the world’s first commercial foldable phone. While is Huawei repeatedly confirmed launching the foldable 5G phone in early 2019, Samsung is rumored to showcase its foldable device at MWC 2019.
Now, the company has changed the profile photo of its official handle @SamsungMobile. The folded Samsung logo hints the company might soon reveal the details of its foldable phone. However, we don’t expect the company to launch the foldable phone in the coming weeks. We expect the company will reveal some sort of details of its first ever foldable device. While the flexible OLED displays bring in several possibilities, we still have no idea how Samsung will be implementing it in their smartphone.
Based on the earlier leaks, the Samsung foldable phone will be launched under the all-new Galaxy F series. It will be coming with the model number SM-F900U and is said to be already in the testing stage in the US with the build number F900USQU0ARJ5. The company is also said to have developed a new Samsung Experience UI to offer experience when folded or unfolded. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!