Samsung Foldable Smartphone Spotted in a Leaked Video

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Samsung Teases Foldable Galaxy Smartphone: Galaxy F?

Of course, its potential existence will rely on the popularity of the unofficially named Galaxy F that is expected to launch at the Samsung Unpacked Event late next month. While the South Korean conglomerate has already showcased the alluring Infinity Flex display that it plans to use in its foldable smartphone, the world has yet to see what the actual device looks like. Royole may or may not have a say with its FlexPai and now Huawei wants to remind us that it has a foldable smartphone coming in the public's direction soon, too. A patent was also surfaced on WIPO past year which revealed the design of the hinge with a small gap, but it was with a single display, unlike the ZTE Axon M.

Huawei will likely have other devices there but the star of its press conference might end up being the foldable phone since it is something we have not seen from them yet.

We have heard earlier that the mid-range device will come with 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB storage, and will be available in black, silver, and gold, possibly with gradient variants.

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That is pretty much all the info that the company shared, but if we connect the dots, we're able to figure out that this phone will probably support 5G connectivity. Are you ready to reveal the unprecedented? All of that information sits inside what appears to be a folded device.

Huawei's teaser shows what seems to be a bend in the display, hinting at its hyped foldable phone. This time in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2019 manufacturer are raising curtains from the foldable screen tech. 5G mobile phones are another trend we will get to see majorly this year.

Huawei may have raised the stakes somewhat by teasing 5G capabilities for its phone. Last week, Richard Yu, Huawei's CEO, talked about launching the company's first 5G foldable phones.

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