The Infinity Flex Display from Samsung is now official, but the actual design for the Galaxy F is not official. We’ve got to see the schematic for the smartphone in the concept video. LetsGoDitigal has now put together the 3D renders that combine the patent drawings from Samsung rather than CAD design.

Samsung's foldable Galaxy F rendered in 3D

The Infinity Flexible Display from Samsung is a Flexible, elastic AMOLED panel, and it folds in a vertical fashion. The vertical folding ability will give more portability to its users. Interestingly, the display will unfold open to get a 7.3″ viewing area. Also, the cover lid on the smartphone will act like 4.58” external display. The “hinge” looks similar to the one on the Surface Book, but this design hasn’t been confirmed.

We expect the Samsung Foldable smartphone to cost $1,770 (KRW 2 million in its homeland), which will equal the handset to the price of the top model iPhone XS Max in a few regions. To our surprise, Samsung Electronics President DJ Koh believes that the flexible phone will ship at least one million units.