At SDC 2018, Samsung has given us a sneak peek of one of the world’s first foldable smartphone supposedly – the Galaxy F series phone. A new report has emerged regarding the foldable smartphone that it would soon get launched globally in March next year.
The report also suggests that Samsung is geared up to launch its next flagship Galaxy S10 in February, next year. It also states that there would be a 5G enabled Samsung Galaxy S10 variant releasing in March alongside the Galaxy F foldable phone. Earlier, the Mobile Business Head of Samsung, Koh Dong-jin, has revealed that the foldable phone would be venturing globally within first-half of 2019 and it is believed to come with a limited number of 1 million units.
The report further states that Samsung would most likely showcase the foldable Galaxy F at Mobile World Congress in February 2019 at Barcelona, Spain followed by its release into the commercial sector in March 2019. These limited 1 million foldable smartphones are expected to cost $1770 each, according to the report.
During the SDC 2018, while the sneak peeks of its foldable phone, Samsung has stated that this unique smartphone would be featuring a 7.4-inch screen and a 4.6-inch screen when folded and would act like a regular smartphone.