15 November 2019
Samsung hasn’t yet announced the release date for its first foldable smartphone Galaxy Fold but the reports of it launching more foldable phones are already up. Well, it’s an undeniable fact that the South Korean company will bring more such concepts to the market but first, we are curious about knowing the fate of its first-ever foldable phone. However, for the time being, we have to stop our tendency to snoop in and should proceed with what's available and coming to our way.
There have been reports circulating and stating that Samsung will introduce a new foldable phone even before Huawei could release its first attempt to the market. Well, we don’t know what holds for true for now, but it’s interesting to note that the competition has started mounting certainly even when we don’t have a tangible device functioning properly.
Well, moving on, a new report citing the company’s suppliers in Taiwan states that Samsung is already working on a next-generation foldable smartphone and it could get launched early next year but no specific timeframe is known yet. The report goes on to say that the next-gen foldable phone’s design will be completely different from what the current concept offers. The new device will be folded vertically, unlike the Galaxy Fold. The report adds nothing specific but mentions the display could be 6.7-inch in size. The report, however, also claims that the company will start sourcing components for this device from November this year.
Well, there are other reports from the recent past stating that Samsung has one more foldable device which folds outwards just like Huawei’s Mate X. And, a report came in March even conveyed that the company has two differently designed foldable phones in the works.
Samsung hasn’t yet announced the release date for the Galaxy Fold but several experts believe that the device may get re-introduced during the Galaxy Note series event which is happening on August 7th.