Samsung to reveal its foldable phone design and interface tomorrow


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Samsung has revealed two important points through the app that it has created specifically to follow the Samsung Developers Conference 2018.

This year’s agenda for SDC 2018 will include a session dedicated to the new beta program of Android 9.0 Pie for Galaxy smartphones and it will show us how its foldable screens new user experiences will look like.

The company was expected to announce the Android Pie beta program for the Galaxy S9 during the SDC, and while Samsung could simply show a general look at the new Android Pie user interface, the beta program should be expected to start in this same week or soon after.

However, the most important point is that Samsung has confirmed that it will show the design of its next foldable device.

Samsung had already given some clues about this, and the SDC application confirms that at least we can see conceptual images of the first foldable Galaxy phone and its user interface.

The Korean giant will also reveal more information about Galaxy Home, its AI speaker with Bixby and many other services and applications.

The Samsung foldable smartphone will be called Galaxy F and will carry the model number SM-F900U. According to some reports, the Korean giant has partnered with Google to create a customized and adapted version of the Android user interface, especially for its foldable device.

The smartphone will include an OLED screen with a 3000mAh battery. Being folded, it will show a 4.6-inch OLED screen that can be used as a normal smartphone, but the surprise comes when you unfold it and enjoy a 7.29-inch screen.

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