Foldable Samsung Galaxy F to arrive in Silver; could boast 512GB of storage
The Samsung Galaxy S9
With just two days left to go until Samsung officially announces the first few details about its foldable smartphone, some extra bits of information have just surfaced online.
Kicking things off with the external side of things, it appears consumers who are interested in the Galaxy F will be able to purchase it in a Silver finish. This color will presumably be present across the entire metal frame and most of the rear. However, up front, the large 7.3-inch display that is expected is set to be accompanied by slim black bezels.
According to recent rumors, the smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon 8150. The amount of RAM included still remains unconfirmed at the moment but, according to the latest info, a whopping 512GB of internal storage will be included, which could also be further expandable via a microSD slot. All of this will reportedly be coupled with a battery that sits somewhere between 3,000 and 6,000mAh in size and dual-SIM support.
Despite plans to announce certain details later this week, Samsung’s foldable smartphone isn’t expected to be available commercially until early 2019. This means that it may face tough competition from LG, who is expected to unveil its first foldable smartphone at CES 2019 in January.