The Samsung Galaxy F is the foldable smartphone that will be a game changer in the year 2019. Samsung has already made at least two announcements about the device. The first time we looked at Galaxy F was at the screen event, and the second time at CES. Sadly, both the times, the company didn’t reveal the whole thing to its audience. Also, we have seen the device in the promotional video that shows the advancements in Samsung Technology.
Today with the courtesy of LetsGoDigital, we’ve got another look at the phone in its original 3D render. The image shows a massive change in the hinge of the phone. The hinge folds flat, and it is not segmented like the Surface Book hinge.
Surprisingly, the 3D renders of Galaxy F look slimmer. Well, this may be due to the polarizer filter on the phone that is 45% thinner. Also, the chunky bezels are now gone, and now we’ve got an entirely bezel-less foldable phone to render from LetsGoDigital.
The foldable Samsung Galaxy F will be unveiled on February 20 alongside the Galaxy S10 Trio. The phone will feature a 7.3 display inside with 1,536 x 2,152px resolution. The display folds in half to provide a 4.58” screen on the outside. The phone will run on Snapdragon 855 SoC, and it will have two batteries powering up the phone.
Rumors say that the phone might get a triple camera setup, but the arrangements and the design are not yet clear. What do you think about the Galaxy F? Do you appreciate the renders? Do let us know in the comments section below.