Samsung recently showed off a prototype version of its upcoming foldable smartphone concept and now we’ve learned that this unusual device, tentatively named Galaxy F, will launch around March 2019 for nearly $1,800.
As rumored, Samsung has been working on its iPhone killer for quite a number of years. The phone has just reached a prototype stage where they could show it off to the public and demonstrate how the device could run three apps at the same time when opened.
Samsung’s mobile head hinted that the company’s rumored foldable Galaxy device “is not far away”. And when they show it to the world, the firm will be counting on “the delight of customers and the astonishment of the competition”.
The rumors were right: the new Note doesn’t look too dissimilar from its predecessor. It brings a stronger battery, incremental camera improvements, more storage, a Bluetooth-enabled stylus and other perks.
Galaxy S, Samsung’s flagship smartphone series, turns 10 this year and the rumor-mill is predicting a third entry-level model alongside the standard Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 upgrades, plus some improved camera systems on the flagship device.
The South Korean conglomerate has scheduled the Galaxy Note 9 announcement on Thursday, August 9. The next Note is expected to have a slightly larger screen and battery, an upgraded S-Pen stylus and improved cameras.