How will Samsung price its foldable phone?
Chinese phone makers like Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo, are actively pursuing their own foldable phone designs, and it's Xiaomi, in particular, that is scrambling for the title "world's first," even though Samsung and Huawei are farther ahead in their research on the matter.
Samsung is so far ahead of everyone, in fact, that it actually showed a prototype on stage the other day, and said it will be using its Infinity Flex display into a retail foldable phone next year. It has been toying around with the concept for years and is fast-tracking it now to ease the gloom of the transitional 2018 where the Galaxy S9 was used as a stop-gap measure on the way to the 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 with unpleasant consequences for the bottom line of Samsung's mobile department.
out-folding model recently, with a claimed price tag of $1300.While Samsung may be way ahead of everybody when it comes to a retail model of a foldable phone, Xiaomi is determined to use a different, out-folding design type to beat everybody to the punch, claim insiders, and couple it with a much lower price tag to entice buyers. An obscure Chinese company already demonstrated such an
Samsung's in-folding Galaxy X/F, or whatever it's called, is said to land at a cross-section price of 2 million won ($1800), while the eventual ones from Xiaomi or Oppo are tipped to cost a million won, or about $900, by utilizing a flexible panel made by LG. That's half as the rumored price of Samsung's foldable phone which is speculated to cost anywhere in the $1500-$2000 range, or even more. During its foldable phone Q&A session at the Developer Conference the other day, Samsung's presenters said that they will try everything possible to release the Gumby phone at an "appropriate" price, whatever that means.
This is why we wanted to ask you how much do you think Samsung will charge for its unique bendy device that will sport a 4.56" Cover Display on the outside when snapped close, and a 7.3" screen when unfurled, no hinges involved? Take your pick and argue the range choice in the comments below.