Samsung will bolster its mobile business with foldable and 5G phones

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The report, which was earlier discovered by SamMobile, suggests that Samsung has chose to go with a dual-display design and the second screen will measure 4.6 inches.

Some other reports also circulated on the internet which indicated that Samsung might follow Xiaomi's strategy of designing the all-screen display by launching a slider phone. What this new UI will be called is not known at the moment; however, it has been tipped to us that the phone is now being tested with firmware version F900USQU0ARJ5 in the United States.

In terms of innovation, and the changing of the guard, so to speak, Samsung seems to be moving away from the features that Galaxy owners have been using for over a half decade. The decision was made back in July, as Samsung was still weighing the advantages and disadvantages of going for a dual-screen design.

A recent teardown of the framework from the leaked version of Samsung Experience UI based on Android Pie revealed that there will be four devices with one offering 5G support.

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The bendable display does not hold a finger-print sensor like the S10, due to technical difficulties unique to its flexible screens, the people said. However, it sounds like the new sensors from Samsung will be able to provide both resolution and quality in low-light situations, much like the triple-camera on the Huawei P20 Pro. Besides, is a foldable smartphone even a viable option from a durability standpoint? The earnings report states that Samsung's mobile division earned KRW 24.77 trillion in revenue in Q3 2018 with KRW 2.2 trillion in profit, which is a lot less compared to the same period a year ago.

First of all, Turn off your Samsung Galaxy J1 2016.

Samsung has confirmed it's working on a new foldable smartphone that could be known as the Galaxy X.

"Samsung will strive to expand sales of premium smartphones through differentiated design and a diversified lineup". That report could not confirm whether the "F" stands for foldable, but it's the name that makes the most sense for Samsung's foldable flagship.

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