Samsung accidentally reveals foldable Galaxy F

Samsung accidentally reveals foldable Galaxy F

Samsung accidentally reveals foldable Galaxy F

An unassuming teaser video might just have given us a glimpse of Samsung's upcoming foldable smartphone.

While it looks cool, the shape of the hinge may augur that it won't fold flat.

We already know Huawei will announce a folding phone at MWC, after Huawei CEO Richard Yu confirmed just that last week.

Like the iPhone XR, one big difference on the S10E appears to be the screen. Some have theorized that the device Samsung showed last November was pretty much a fake.

Move over, notch. 2019 is all about 5G and foldable screens - the two buzzwords we keep hearing at every event, with every major announcement, and in every teaser. The "external" display features what looks like a regular Android home screen as well as a larger "internal" display. Naturally, all of this has created an vast amount of curiosity with regards to what Samsung's foldable smartphone is going to look like. However, the official ad video for the foldable Galaxy "F" seems to have been leaked.

The Chinese smartphone brand, which overtook Apple in August past year to become the world's second largest phone maker behind Samsung, tweeted an image of a folding handset to announce its keynote presentation during the annual smartphone symposium on 24 February. The attached image shows that smartphone with a display can be folded in half. Other Foldable Phones Other foldable phones could also make an appearance this year. While S10 is set to have a hole-punch camera, it will also have thicker bezels resembling those of iPhone XR. What's odd is when the phone is unfolded, the external display was still running in the video. So, it will be exciting to see the lineup of Foldable Smartphone at MWC 2019.

It suggests that Samsung will feature its foldable smartphone during its event, where the company is also likely to unveil its Galaxy S10 smartphone.

Huawei will reportedly manufacture between 24,000 and 30,000 units of the upcoming smartphone in the initial phase, however, it is not known in what markets it will eventually arrive.

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