Samsung teases the Galaxy F in a new promotional video
Samsung is continuing to fuel the rumour mill that the company will unveil its foldable smartphone at its Galaxy UNPACKED event next week. The company first demonstrated its foldable display technology last year at its developer's conference and followed this up last month with its "The Future Unfolds" billboards in Paris.
Now, the South Korean company has released a companion video, which has the phrase "The Future Unfolds" contorting in English and Korean around invisible folds. This is the strongest hint yet that Samsung is planning to release a foldable smartphone, which may look like a small tablet when flat and dual-screen device in its folded state. However, while the phrase points towards the rumoured Galaxy F, it could just be an attempt by Samsung to generate hype for the Galaxy S10 and its Galaxy UNPACKED event instead.
The focus of the event is likely to be heavy on the Galaxy S10 series, with the company set to release at least three models including a cheaper S10e and a more expensive 5G variant. The Galaxy UNPACKED event will take place in San Francisco next week on February 20. We will keep you updated with all that is announced on the day, but you can also head to samsung.com if you would like to watch a live stream of the event.
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