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Samsung Galaxy F, The Foldable Phone Will Launch Next Year, Costs About $1,770

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Samsung at last unveiled its much talked about foldable smartphone finish with a 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display. The device can rapidly change to end up a smaller than normal tablet, offering more screen space while still equipped for fitting in a pocket. At the time, we didn’t know much about when it would be released but now we know the launch date will be in March 2019 and that it will be called the Galaxy F.

Samsung additionally reports that the Galaxy S10 is set to be announced in February and will be 5G compliant.

The new Galaxy F won’t be cheap should you decide that you want one of the foldable phones when it launches next March. The phone comes in at 2 million Won/ $1,770/630,000 Naira making it the most expensive smartphone there is even though the iPhone X is currently the most expensive at $1,000 in the market.

Samsung will ship somewhere around a million of the Galaxy F next year according to reports, which even at that high value point should offer in view of the curiosity this foldable smartphone offers. Be that as it may, a considerable measure will come down to the experience of using one every day. Being able to expand or decrease display as fit for purpose is the main selling point. But whether demand for such a device will continue to rise beyond the initial one million is yet to be seen at this point.

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