Samsung Shows Off Folding Galaxy F Behind Closed Doors At CES 2019

11 January, 2019, 01:58 | Author: Sammy Rose
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Samsung confirmed this morning that it will unveil the Galaxy S10 lineup on February 20 in San Francisco, but in addition to that, Wall Street Journal reports that the company will also showcase a "fully functional" foldable device, too. Another person who saw the device at CES 2019 likens the experience to when Nokia launched its first folder phone.

For more CES 2019 coverage, check out this link. This is the phone that Verizon and Samsung used to show off 5G capabilities back in December, during Qualcomm's event. Volume keys and the Bixby button are on the left side of the spine and a power button is on the right. Now, the interesting thing is, this prototype has a notch in the top-right corner, which is something the final unit nearly certainly will not have, as it will be a part of the Galaxy S10 lineup, more on that later.

It's reported that Samsung's foldable will be available for purchase starting in April, but that has yet to be confirmed by Samsung.

The Samsung Foldable smartphone is expected to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress next month, Samsung apparently showed off the device behind closed doors at this years CES.

When quizzed about a timeline for released Samsung's director of Product Strategy and Marketing, Suzanne de Silva, told Digital Trends that the phone would be released in the first half of this year - will we see it half way between the S10 series and the Note 10 series, or just when it is ready? Or are you jumping ship or buying an iPhone?

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The renders of all three models can be seen, showing that the Galaxy S10 E will feature a single front-facing camera, with Samsung adopting the in-hole display camera technology. The appliances are also fully compatible with the Samsung SmartThings smart home platform. The Digital Cockpit 2019 also provides a safer driving experience with the mirror replacement vision system and camera-based safety solutions.

On Thursday, Samsung posted a tweet containing a teaser video that announced the next Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on February 20.

On the day you can expect full coverage of the new devices here on Tech Advisor, plus a rundown of the best places to buy the new smartphone and the best accessories for Galaxy S10.

Inside there's faster hardware with the 7nm Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820, and brand-new UFS 3.0 storage - potentially up to 512GB.

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