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Samsung Will Unveil The Folding Screen Smartphone On February 20

Samsung Folding Screen SmartphoneSamsung Will Unveil The Folding Screen Smartphone On February 20: Most likely next to the Galaxy S10, Samsung will introduce the first folding screen phone at the upcoming Unpacked event on February 20.

Samsung has just released a short video on YouTube titled “The Future Unfolds” to introduce the Unpacked event that will take place on February 20.

In the video there are images of smartphone that are bent and expanded.

According to the sources, the company is suggesting that it will launch its first folding screen smartphone next to the Galaxy S10 generation.

Samsung new Folding Screen phoneIn November 2018, at the Developers Conference, Samsung introduced the company’s prototype folding screen smartphone.

Many rumors suggest that the device will be called Samsung Flex or Samsung Galaxy Flex (Galaxy F).

According to some previous leaked images, the Galaxy F will own a screen with a pixel density of 420 ppi, a resolution of 840 x 1,960 when folded and 1,536×2,152 when expanded.

When folded to use in phone mode, the screen will be 4.58 inches in size, 21:9 ratio.

In expanded mode, used as a tablet, the screen size will reach 7.3 inches, the ratio of 4.2:3.

In addition, the company also equips the new One UI interface, showing the most used content on the bottom half of the screen, making single-handed operations more natural and convenient.

According to News, the Galaxy F is expected to launch at the end of March 2019 with a starting price of $ 1,750.

However, according to a source, the official selling price of this product may be higher than that figure, about 2,000 – 2,600 USD.

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