Today, Samsung will show off developers it’s much awaited foldable phone rumored to be called the Galaxy F.
According to the Reuters, the Korean giant will reveal the first look of the phone today at the Developers Conference in order to get the ‘critical feedback’ from the developers to make sure the technology works swiftly before it rolls out for the public. Besides showing the User’s Interface UI of the phone, the conference will talk about the product innovations and recent developments in the company.
Reportedly, Samsung will also reveal some images of the foldable phone, but not the device itself which indicates that the company is still finalizing on the design. Samsung desires to be among the first brands to launch a foldable phone, the company also does not want to take some risk and make sure things go right. In this regard, getting valuable feedback from developers will help to do some changes in the design and the user interface before it hits the market. In contrast to typical mobile UIs, a folding phone means the interface will have to change accordingly and adjust to the size of the display.
Based on some rumours and leaks, the Galaxy F is said to come with a storage of 512 GB and 7-inch display to offer a tablet-like experience when unfolded. Once folded, users will be able to see a secondary 4.6-inch display on the outside that can be used as a regular phone. The phone is expected to launch in 2019.