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Samsung foldable smartphone: Samsung’s upcoming foldable smartphone to have 6,000mAh battery: Report – Mobiles News

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Ever since Samsung showcased the prototype of its foldable smartphone at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) 2018, the rumours about the alleged specifications and estimated price became robust.

According to a report by research agency CGS-CIMB (via LetsGoDigitial), the alleged Galaxy F — where F may stand for Fold — is said to be powered by two separate batteries, where each battery will give juice to the two displays. The report predicts that the combined battery will be between 5000-6000mAh. In the camera department, the foldable smartphone from Samsung will offer dual cameras o the back which will be 12-megapixel sensor each. On the front, users will get an 8-megapixel camera. According to the report, “this is information has been verified at suppliers, according to Jun Lim, research analyst at CGS-CIMB Research.”

Other information about the handset that has been revealed in the report is the processor, which is expected to be Exynos 9820 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 paired with 8GB of RAM and a 128GB storage memory. The report also states that there will be more than one storage options.

When it comes to the pricing, the report predicts that the South Korean tech giant may price it around $1,800 as the Bill of Material costs (BOM) are $636.70. And if the company wants to make the same profit on the device as Apple makes on the iPhone Xs Max, which is 65%, then it will have to price it around $1,800.

Samsung has already revealed that the display of the alleged
Samsung Galaxy F will be a 7.3-inches screen with a 1536x2152p resolution and 4.2:3 aspect ratio when it is unfolded. When it folds in half, it has a 4.58-inch screen with a resolution of 840×1960 pixels and an aspect ratio of 21:9.

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