Samsung foldable smartphone could come with 6000 mAh battery and Snapdragon 855
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While the world seems to be abuzz with rumors and reports of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 line-up, it seems the company’s exciting upcoming foldable release has become somewhat overshadowed. The website LetsGoDigital has managed to scour a report created by CGS-CIMB Research that has listed some expected specifications for the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which should help bring back some of the limelight it seems to have lost to its flagship siblings recently.
It is believed the smartphone could house between 5000 and 6000 mAh of battery capacity divided over two separate cells, with one in each side of the phone. Along with plenty of available battery power, the Fold (F, Flex, X, etc.) might come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820, with at least an 8 GB RAM /128 GB storage variant likely to be made available. Camera-wise, the foldable smartphone is expected to feature a main 12 MP+12 MP dual camera setup and also offer an 8 MP selfie camera.
However, the cost of all this technology and flexibility is not going to be cheap. Plenty of potential prices for the Samsung foldable have already been offered, and it does look like it could end up being around the US$1,800 mark for the Galaxy F.