Samsung Shows Off Folding Galaxy F Behind Closed Doors At CES 2019

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The Korea Herald is reporting exactly this: Samsung is showing off its foldable smartphone to a closed group of partners behind closed doors. According to one anonymous tech industry executive due to its latest flexible display and battery technology the Samsung Galaxy foldable phone will be sold at more than 1.5 million won which with a direct conversion puts it in the vicinity of AU$1900.

Samsung Galaxy S10 is now hogging all the limelight in the leak arena and is expected to debut ahead of MWC 2019 next month.

The Seoul-based firm has yet to confirm the official release date for the Samsung Galaxy S10 range (which is widely-tipped to ship in three different versions) or the release date for the folding Samsung Galaxy X, but mobile network EE has launched a webpage confirming "the new Samsung Galaxy" and promoted it with a breathless tweet.

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What you're really seeing there is that people want a bigger display, right?

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Even though only the foldable smartphone is mentioned in the report, we're pretty certain that the Galaxy S10 line-up was on the table as well. However, we don't think Samsung would be offended if we said that the mid-range J and A ranges aren't something that a network would shout about as being "world changing". Samsung is also expected to release another version of the Galaxy S10 Lite powered by the company's in-house Exynos 9820 SoC which was announced back in November previous year. (Seriously, don't). Vote below and share your reasons with us in the comments.

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