Samsung Galaxy F Foldable Phone Rendered Again, Starting to Look Better

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Samsung Galaxy F is expected to debut this month, on February 20, together with the Galaxy S10 series, but till that happens we obviously have a set of leaks for you. The foldable phone is also known as Galaxy Fold and it just popped up in a set of renders created by Letsgodigital.org.

These renders are inspire by last week’s leak from the official YouTube channel of Samsung Vietnam, showing a foldable Samsung phone that opens up like a book. This time it has narrower bezels and also a more compact format. The hinge is nowhere to be seen, being even more discreet. This is clearly an evolution from the device we’ve seen during SDC 2018 last November.

I’ll remind you that Samsung itself revealed that the device would have a 7.3 inch main panel, when open with a 1536 x 2152 pixel resolution. It folds down to a 4.58 inch 840 x 1960 pixel display. The source also talks about a projector or 3D hologram function for a future Samsung device, but nothing’s clear on that front. AR gaming is also in the mix, apparently and we recently heard Samsung was prepping a foldable gaming phone, too.

Expect a $1800 price tag, maybe even more for the foldable and I’m very curious about the cameras, since it can’t see any at the front. They’re probably all of the back, three of them or so. One thing I’ll never get is the appeal of a foldable phone versus a regular phone.

[via Letsgodigital.org]

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