The new Samsung Foldable Smartphone was recently shown off at the Samsung Developer Conference recently, the handset will be launching some time in 2019.
As yet we do not know the exact name of the device, some rumors have suggested it will be called the Galaxy F and others have suggested it will be called the Galaxy X.
According to Evan Blass the new Samsung Foldable Smartphone will be compatible with the major US carriers, this will include Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint and more.
Unsurprisingly, Samsung is developing US carrier-specific firmware builds of the “Galaxy F” foldable (model number SM-F900U) for Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, & Sprint, along with U.S. Cellular and Spectrum Mobile.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) November 14, 2018
Samsung shared some information about the handset at their developer conference, what we do know is that the device will feature a 7.3 inch display with a resolution of 2152 x 1536 pixels. There is also a secondary display when the handset is folded, this measures 4.6 inches and comes with a 1960 x 840 pixel resolution.
We are expecting Samsung to reveal their new foldable smartphone at Mobile World Congress next February and then launch the handset some time in March.
Source Evan Blass
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