Ahead of the Samsung’s Developer Conference (SDC) slated next week, there’s a new development about the much awaited Samsung’s new foldable phone. The new anticipated Samsung’s phone series might be named as – the Galaxy F series.
As reported by SamMobile, Samsung might be launching the new Galaxy F series while the first device gets SM-F900U model number. The report also suggests that the Korean tech giant might unveil a sneak peek of the first Galaxy F series foldable phone.
These Galaxy F devices are supposedly the premium segment smartphones, and currently, an ‘F900USQU0ARJ5’ named firmware is being tested in the US. The testing includes the firmware test across all the mobile networks in the country.
The report further suggests that Samsung will most likely launch this phone with a unique version of Android UI since the company has already partnered with Google.
As we stated earlier, the foldable phone will feature an Infinity-V display; the new report confirms that the foldable phone would also support dual SIM and might come with 512GB onboard storage.
Lastly, the report also implies, considering this is most likely a high-end device featuring top-of-the-line specs, there’s a possibility that the new Galaxy F foldable phone would be catered into a gaming phone segment.
We can expect a sneak peek of this device at SDC 2018 next week and as the report suggests this could be launched as a global device next year since the firmware is being tested for Asian and European variants as well.
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