Apart from the Galaxy S10 flagship, Samsung is going to unveil its first foldable smartphone. Rumored to be called the Galaxy F or Galaxy Fold, the phone was seen passing through the CMIIT (China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology). This most certainly means that the phone will launch in China and the launch is just around the corner.
While Samsung is yet to confirm anything, it is widely assumed that the Galaxy Fold will debut with the Galaxy S10 on February 20 at Samsung’s Unpacking event or at MWC 2019. The Chinese certification has the model number SM-F9000 which refers to the foldable Samsung phone. But except for this, nothing else is revealed about the device.
The Galaxy Fold was showcased partially by Samsung back in November. It Revealed a large 7-inch AMOLED display that can fold from the middle to clamp the device. There is also a secondary AMOLED display on the backside which is about 4 inches, that will act as a mobile display.
The Galaxy Fold will of course offer flagship specs like the Galaxy S10, so you can expect the latest Exynos 9820/ Snapdragon 855 under the cover. The phone is said to come with 512GB of internal storage and could cost around $1800. The Galaxy Fold may also offer two 3,100mAh batteries, which combine to make up a large 6,200mAh capacity.