South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung recently, showcased its foldable smartphone at its annual developer conference. However, the company did not reveal any details about the smartphone but gave a glimpse of the device. Now a new report has surfaced online hinting about the price of the foldable smartphone from Samsung.
Likely to be called as Galaxy Flex, the foldable smartphone from Samsung will be expensive then the iPhone XS Max. As reported by Gizmodo, the smartphone is said to be priced between $1925 to $2565 which translates into Rs 1,35,896 to Rs 1,81,195. If the pricing is true, then the foldable smartphone from Samsung will be costlier than the high-end model of iPhone XS Max which costs Rs 1,02,379.
It is expected that the smartphone will come in multiple variants and is expected to launch next year at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. However, the company did not reveal any details about the smartphone but gave a glimpse of the device. Now a new report has surfaced online hinting about the price of the foldable smartphone from Samsung.
The Samsung Galaxy Flex sports a foldable design. The smartphone opens like a book after which you can access the inner display. The device sports a 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Super AMOLED display inside and a 4.6-inch AMOLED cover display. The company has also revealed that the foldable smartphone will run on Google’s Android operating system with a new UI on top. Along with this, the foldable phone is also capable of running three apps simultaneously on the large screen. The company calls this mode as Multi Active Window. – Gadgets Now