Samsung Galaxy F Rumoured To Feature 512GB Storage

One of the largest smartphone manufacturer Samsung has now showcased its foldable phone concept at its developer conference earlier this month. The South Korean giant does not seem to have the finalized a name for its foldable phone yet, neither in an exact date of availability. At the event, Samsung has also revealed very little about how the device will go to work.

Now, according to the report, the Galaxy F foldable smartphone with the model number SM-F900U will going to be available with the 512GB storage. The Asian and European variants of the device will be going to have the model number SM-F900F and SM-F900N respectively. Apart from that, the phone will be available across the globe in black and silver color options.

Samsung Galaxy F is expected to go in the production early 2019 and could become available by the end of next year. The prototype which is revealed is a 7.3 inch (1536×2152 pixel resolution) tablet with “infinity flex” flexible display technology which can be folded into a 4.6-inch screen that has a pixel resolution of 1930×840 and an aspect ratio of 21:9. There is also a rumor that the smartphone is going to have the Dual SIM(GSM+GSM) with both the VoLTE options.

Samsung will be going to be the first mainstream smartphone manufacturer to showcase a foldable phone concept with more smartphone makers like the LG and Huawei are also working on the same concept. The secondary 4.6-inch screen on the Galaxy F will also essentially be used for checking the messages and the statuses and to help with the easy storage.

Samsung also finally gave a glimpse of its foldable phone last month after nearly two years of massive rumors and speculations from different sources. Moreover, some of the more information on its aesthetic lightweight, thickness and RAM is still unclear as of now. Some of the questions still remain about how a foldable phone will work, how much it will cost and what type of utility it will offer to the user.

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