The world of Android smartphones is again going to see a revolutionary change. The futuristic smartphones seen just in the movies which have practically an all-screen and which can be folded and unfolded as per the user’s convenience are soon going to be real.
If we notice closely, the smartphone manufacturers are working on two key areas lately – providing as much screen estate as possible and making the devices foldable.
While the first one has almost become a reality with companies like Samsung, Oppo, and LG already in the works for incorporating even the front camera within the display in order to get rid of the notches, the latter is still somehow a bit less practical.
Speaking of, Samsung is apparently taking the lead when it comes to foldable smartphones as the recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy F foldable smartphone is reportedly going to be official and available to the buyers starting from March 2019. The device will carry a whopping price tag of $1,777.
Clearly, the device is not going to be for everyone and will be sold in a limited amount. Samsung Electronics President DJ Koh, however, believes that the company will still pull off at least one million units.
Coming to the specifications of the device, the Samsung Galaxy F will sport the following specifications.
While folded, the secondary display (4.58-inch) will give out a resolution of 840 x 1960 pixels and a screen density of 420 dpi. The unfolded screen will be 7.3-inch with a rather unusual 4.2:3 aspect ratio and a 1536 x 2152 pixels resolution.
The device will feature an entirely new UI and Google has also announced its support for foldable smartphones.
As of now, little is known about the official specifications of the device as the device shown during the Samsung Developers Conference was a mere prototype (Samsung had to dim the lights of the hall to hide the awkward looking prototype).
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