Samsung is known to be releasing folding screen phones. Ahead of the announcement of his presence, the name of this device was revealed.
According to the latest report, Samsung’s folding screen phones will soon be introduced. The plan is that the device will be revealed at the Samsung Developers Conference 2018 on November 7-8.
The South Korean vendor has also prepared a nickname for the new device. There is also the name chosen by Galaxy F. The letter F refers to the word foldable or fold.
The first Galaxy F device is said to be coded SM-F900U. This code is similar to that of the Galaxy S series. It looks like Samsung will make its folding cellphone as new ammunition in the premium market.
It is also known that Samsung is testing the F900USQU0ARJ5 firmware in the United States. Samsung is also said to be working with Google to make the operating system suitable for folding screen devices to provide a new experience for users.
Investigating further, this device will not be sold only in South Korea. Samsung will distribute it globally. This expectation is strengthened by the firmware for European and Asian variants being tested through the SM-F900F and SM-F900N coded devices.
Other information revealed that Samsung folding phones have a 7.3-inch main screen. While the screen is 4.6 inches.
When folded, the larger screen is not active. But all the contents of the cell phone can be accessed on a smaller screen. This shows that the Galaxy F can be used as a tablet and smartphone.
Samsung also said it would produce only one million units in the first year. The device will have 512 GB of internal memory.
Although the device will be introduced this November, Samsung has not immediately released the folding cell phone. The new device will launch after they release the Galaxy S10 which will be introduced at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event in February 2019, as reported by Sammobile.