Samsung’s New Foldable Phone, Leaked In A Galaxy Unpacked Video

Samsung has a lot of goodies in its bag that it has been preparing for tech enthusiasts.

This year, it’s more than obvious that the company’s bag of innovations includes the Galaxy S10 smartphone and the company’s first smartphone with a foldable display.

The latter may be also revealed during the Samsung Unpacked event which is scheduled for February 20.

Samsung only showed people a glimpse of this much-awaited device at their annual developer conference. During the event, the device was placed in a protective casing that masked its design.

Now, it seems that we get to see more, as Samsung Vietnam has just posted a teaser video for the upcoming Samsung Unpacked event on their YouTube channel. The foldable smartphone is also shown off in the video.

The video flaunts some product concepts that Samsung might release, and the most relevant one is obviously the foldable smartphone.

We get a more transparent look at the device, but it cannot be guaranteed that the video is showing the final design of the phone. But it may be the closest thing that we get.

Known specs of the foldable smartphone 

Even if not too much has been revealed about the foldable phone, XDA-Developers makes sure to highlight a few of its specifications as shared by Samsung at their developer conference:

  • Cover Display
  • Resolution: 840×1960
  • Screen density: 420dpi
  • Smallest screen width: 320dp
  • Screen size: normal
  • Main Display
  • Resolution: 1536×2152
  • Screen density: 420dpi
  • Smallest screen width: 585dp
  • Screen size: large

Galaxy Fold release details leaked

Italian blog Tutto Android which seems to have disclosed the alleged prices for the whole Galaxy S10 lineup.

The site calls the phone Galaxy Fold, and it seems that it will be released in Italy towards the end of March or in early April.

BGR writes that “the phone will retail for around €2,000 ($2,272) in the market.

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