Samsung foldable phone will be unveiled alongside the Galaxy S10


Samsung'sFebruary 20 Unpacked event in San Francisco is where the "future unfolds", said a Samsung teaser video posted on Monday. Although we know basically everything there is to know about the Galaxy S10 phones the foldable Galaxy remains a mystery - although it has been reported to be very expensive, a price such as never seen before. It will also have even smaller bezels than its predecessor. The schematic image clearly shows the location of various hardware aspects of the handset - including the positioning of the front and rear camera setup, the position of the loudspeaker, USB Type-C port, and the 3.5mm jack.

The base configuration, however, will use a fingerprint sensor on the side of the phone and not embedded into the screen. The Exynos 7904 SoC powers the smartphone with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.

The top-of-the-line Galaxy S10+ variant, aka Ceramic Black Galaxy S10+, will be a bit different than the regular Galaxy S10+ unit. Samsung had originally showcased the new colour variants of the Galaxy A8s back in January and announced that the new versions will be on sale in for the Valentine's Day.

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The teaser does confirm that the Samsung Galaxy M30 will feature an AMOLED display (6.38-inch) with a 16 MP front-facing selfie camera.

After all, since foldable phones are expected to cost in excess of £1,500 the sooner it gets them into people's hands the better.

We've suspected for a while that Samsung would officially announce its foldable phone, rumored to be called the "Galaxy X", at its pre-Mobile World Congress Unpacked event on February 20, along with the Galaxy S10 line.