New Report Reveals Foldable Samsung Galaxy F’s Rumored Specifications

Justin Denison, senior vice president of product strategy at Samsung, speaks about the during new Samsung Galaxy Note8 smartphone and its infinity screen feature during a launch event for the product, August 23, 2017 in New York City.

Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal reported that Samsung might be unveiling its foldable phone, the unofficially named Galaxy F, together with the new Galaxy S10 flagship line at a press event next month. Prior to this, details on the upcoming device apart from its possible screen size were mostly scant, but a new report has detailed most of the Galaxy F’s basic specifications and hinted at the phone’s expected release window.

Citing a German-language report from AllAboutSamsung, MS Power User wrote on Sunday that the Galaxy F will likely be offered in versions with 512GB and 1TB storage, with both options coming with 12GB RAM. The phone is expected to be powered by Qualcomm‘s new Snapdragon 855 processor, which the company describes as a chipset that could “[provide] some of the most advanced, imaginative technologies” and facilitate “next-generation” AI features on mobile devices.

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