Samsung Galaxy F to boast 512GB; coming in Silver color


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The first details about Samsung’s first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy F, are about to be revealed in just two days. Since nothing is hidden enough to have some tidbits revealed before the time, the Galaxy F has joined the gang of leaks.

The new source of information comes from the guys at SamMobile, and according to it, customers interested in the South Korean foldable handset will be able to purchase it in the Silver color. This color will presumably be present across the entire metal frame and on the rear. The color, however, shouldn’t appear on the front, due to the very slim black bezels.

Apparently, the Galaxy F will be powered by the Qualcomm’s upcoming chipset – the powerful Snapdragon 8510. The amount of storage was also revealed on this latest leak, according to it, the Galaxy F will boast 512GB of Internal storage. We suppose that microSD support will also be included since the company has recently unveiled a 500GB microSD card. Selling it alongside the Galaxy F will be another good way to promote both products – After all, this combination would result in a 1TB smartphone.

Completing the list of specs, this smartphone should come with 8GB of RAM, or even 10GB since the rumors about the Galaxy S10 points that Samsung will soon break the RAM barrier for smartphones. Last but not least, Galaxy F should come with a battery between 3,000mAh to 6,000mAh.

Worth noting that while the company will reveal the details about its first foldable smartphone in the next year, we don’t think it’ll be available before 2019. On the next year, the company will join the likes of LG and Huawei, which are also preparing their entries on this new foldable segment.

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