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Samsung reportedly to target middle-aged professionals for its upcoming foldable Galaxy F

05 December 2018 4

Leading Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung recently unveiled the prototype of their first ever foldable smartphone that was in tech news since a very long time. The foldable smartphone offering a hingeless form factor could potentially be a pioneering force to the smartphones that we might see in the future. It's great that Samsung is trying out new things and actually innovating utilizing its years of experience in display panels, giving Samsung a definite edge over the competition.


As per the current stream of rumors and speculations around Galaxy F (Samsung’s foldable smartphone offering), we know that Samsung would begin its mass manufacturing and would aim for 1 million units with each costing $2500 or above. Now as per the latest leak in this regard, we get to know that Samsung would be targeting middle-aged professionals which seems to be a great strategy and makes a whole lot of sense knowing the price point the phone would be launched.

Surely once this foldable experimental device gets a good response from the market, Samsung would surely implement the form factor in many more devices to come for different market segments, though the first device would be aimed at premium users.

Are you excited for Samsung’s foldable smartphone to hit the market? Let us know in the comment section below.


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