Samsung foldable smartphone to reportedly bear Galaxy F moniker

Samsung foldable smartphone to reportedly bear Galaxy F moniker

Samsung foldable smartphone to reportedly bear Galaxy F moniker

LG might be one of the several smartphone manufacturers who will launch a foldable smartphone in the year 2019. Samsung is also rushing to complete development of a bendable device that it hopes will let it dominate a niche market with potential to grow. Variants such as SM-F900F and SM-F900N could belong to the European and Asian regions of the Galaxy F foldable phone. The "Infinity" moniker has been used by Samsung only for those devices that have little no bezels, like the Galaxy S8 and S9. Its front camera will reportedly be underneath the display.

Samsung is also toying with an S10 prototype without a headphone jack, indicating that it may follow Apple in going completely wireless with its devices. It is possible that Samsung might reveal their foldable device before LG in November.

According to a photograph released by popular veteran leaker Ice Universe, Samsung will be introducing a range of under-the-screen technologies with its new smartphone, and possibly tablet devices.

It's done by having four pixels work as one. The earnings report states that Samsung's mobile division earned KRW 24.77 trillion in revenue in Q3 2018 with KRW 2.2 trillion in profit, which is a lot less compared to the same period past year.

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Of course, we will still have to wait for some kind of confirmation from Samsung, as for now all we have are just the rumors.

Samsung also blames increased cost of promotions and a negative currency impact in specific regions as well.

All in all, if this hearsay turns out to be true, Samsung could be looking at a revolutionary new model which steps away from the similar-looking designs of previous incarnations and finally goes full-screen.

Back in August, Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core in India and Malaysia. And since Samsung's fiscal calendar ends on 31 December, it may mean that these new sensors may make an appearance in next year's phones.

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