The rumor continues to shake so quickly about Samsung's powerful, delayed folding phone that it looks like the Galaxy F (too fast) could be the perfect name for this fast-paced generator of tech bloggers. In all earnest we have another treat. President and CEO of Samsung's mobile division a few days ago, praised a great detail about the long-awaited folding device that the company has been working for for two years: At the Galaxy A9 launch event a few days ago, DJ Koh told the device as a combination tablet and phone.
Among other things, Koh said, according to the people, SamMobile that it would be possible to use the so-called Galaxy F as a tablet with the ability to multitask before being added together for use as a telephone. He did not confirm any specification of the screen, but he reiterated that Samsung very much feels that it must have a folding phone of any kind out there.
"I'm positive that we need a folding phone," he said on the sidelines of the A9 event, by SamMobile about the phone that Samsung plans to release globally. "Possibly when we start selling the folding phone, it may be a niche market, but it will definitely expand."
Still, we seem to have a little wait before we get our first look at it. We had been expecting a sneak peak of some kind next month at Samsung's developed conference in San Francisco. Now, the word may not be the phone revealed this year at all. As we reported a few days ago, Samsung Post-IFA 201
As a reminder, it has already been reported that the phone will have the form factor of something like a book, with a display that folds vertically. The main screen will be hidden just after you fold it, but the device will have an external display that is useful even if it stays folded.
SamMobiles Report states that the device will run a 7.3-inch primary OLED display and a 4.6-inch external OLED display.
"When we provide a folding phone, it must be very meaningful to our customer," Koh said to the site, adding that "If the user experience is not up to my standard, I will not deliver such products."