While Samsung has confirmed that its new Galaxy S10 range will be presented on February 20, the Wall Street Journal reports that it will also be the case of the brand's folding screen smartphone, the Galaxy F.
February 20 may be a busy day at Samsung. In addition to its new Galaxy S10 range, the Korean manufacturer is also expected to unveil officially, a few months after a first teasing, its foldable screen smartphone.
The Wall Street Journal relies on "sources close to the subject" to say that Samsung will unveil its smartphone on February 20. Samsung's foldable screen smartphone, featuring an "Infinity Flex Display" screen, was shown last November 7th. At the time, it was mainly to unveil the One UI interface and how it would adapt to folding screens, rather than present in detail the device. With the exception of the definition of the two screens, we still lack official information on what should be called Galaxy F or Galaxy Fold.
A presentation to get ahead of Huawei's foldable smartphone
A presentation on February 20, at the same time as the many expected variations of the Galaxy S10, seems consistent. Indeed, Samsung would escape the competition of Chinese brands during the Mobile World Congress, and ahead of Huawei who plans to take advantage of the Barcelona show to present his own foldable smartphone.
According to Wall Street Journal information, the foldable smartphone from the Korean should be available commercially from April, almost two months after its official presentation.
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