Samsung Galaxy F foldable device teased with 512 GB Storage

Samsung Galaxy F foldable smartphone will be announced at the company’s upcoming annual developer conference to be held on 7th and 8th November in San Francisco. This will not be first foldable Android smartphone announcement, since a startup company Royale has announced the world’s first commercial foldable smartphone with a single display, called the Flexpai.

Samsung mobile division president DJ Koh has earlier confirmed the foldable device development, but it's the first time that the South Korean company officially teased something about the foldable smartphone. Samsung has posted the image of Samsung logo in shape of a foldable phone display teasing the device on the social media.

Samsung Galaxy F is likely to arrive with the unique UI and a special version of Android OS.It is confirmed that the Galaxy F device will come in 512GB internal storage and is dual-SIM based. Reportedly, the smartphone will have silver color finish on the back but the phone might not sport a fingerprint sensor due to technical constraints.

Samsung Galaxy F foldable smartphone will be equipped with the  Qualcomm’s next-gen Snapdragon 8150. The device will pack primary 7.29-inches diagonally and a secondary 4.58 inches, and it will arrive with two Super AMOLED displays. Samsung Galaxy F foldable device packs a codename Winner, and it works like a regular smartphone when the device is folded.

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