Fresh information coming from South Korea reveals that the Foldable Samsung phone (Galaxy F) will be a limited-edition smartphone since the company is planning to produce only 1 million units.
Recent reports have also revealed that the upcoming foldable phone (codenamed: Project Winner) from Samsung could be called Galaxy Fold. Moreover, this premium device will be aimed towards users who are in 40s.
Samsung Galaxy Fold Release Date – March 2019
According to a report published in TheBell, Samsung will be manufacturing 10 million units of the upcoming Galaxy S10 series whereas only 1 million units of the Galaxy Fold phone will be produced. Starting from March next year, the South Korean company will establish a marketing strategy for the foldable phone which will be released in March 2019. The reason why it is a limited-edition phone is that it is aimed towards specific target customers who are in 40s.
After three years of research and development, Samsung is now gearing up to launch its first foldable phone. It is a smartphone-tablet hybrid since it allows users to use it as a phone when folded. The outer display of the phone is of 4.58 inches. When unfolded, the device offers a screen space of 7.3 inches. The other specifications of the foldable phone are under the wraps.
The South Korean company had reportedly started the mass production of the Galaxy Fold smartphone in the previous month. The smaller screen can be used for carrying simpler tasks like checking emails whereas the larger display can be used for multi-tasking.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold is expected to carry an expensive price tag. Since it is packed cutting edge features, a foldable screen and a larger battery to all the displays, the Galaxy Fold could be priced around 1.5 million won ($1,355). With increased storage/RAM, the price of the device may touch 2 million won ($1,807) mark. Rumors surrounding the Galaxy Fold may get announce in March.