Samsung Foldable Smartphone complete Design revealed in a leak

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Samsung Foldable Smartphone complete Design revealed in a leak

Last week, Samsung has posted a video on its Vietnam Youtube Channel and after few minutes they quickly removed it. That video was showing the company’s foldable display smartphone. Based on that video a website LetsGoDigital has made a 3D render of the phone which give us a look of the design of the upcoming Samsung Foldable Smartphone.

This phone which might company call as Samsung Galaxy Fold, is expected to launch in the first half of this year. The company might showcase the handset or announce anything related to it in there upcoming Samsung Galaxy Unpack Event going to held in San Francisco on 20th of February.

According to the 3D render image of the Samsung Foldable display smartphone, the phone didn’t have selfie camera. It shows in the handset in both the condition folded and unfolded. Actually this concept was shown in the Samsung Annual Developers conference. But at that time the was covered in a case to hide the design of the device.

Few days back, The Samsung Director of Product Strategy and Marketing confirmed in an interview that the foldable smartphone will be launch in the first half of the 2019. Few reports claims that the company might launch the smartphone in its Galaxy Unpack event going to held on 20th of February along with Samsung S10 series smartphones.

Lets see When we will be able to see this new innovation from Samsung. What you think about the Samsung new Foldable Screen Smartphone? Will the company launch it on 20th of February? Share your Opinion in the comment box given below.

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Samsung Foldable Smartphone complete Design revealed in a leak
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