- The report mentioned that the new foldable version will be available in the mid-$1,000 range
- Samsung said that it plans to sell six million units of foldable models in 2020
According to a report by Yonhap news agency, Samsung is likely to release a new foldable smartphone that folds like a clam in February 2020 before the upcoming release of its flagship Galaxy S11 next year.
The report mentioned that the new foldable version will be available in the mid-$1,000 range. Samsung said that it plans to sell six million units of foldable models in 2020. The new smartphone is expected to boast a 6.7-inch display and becomes nearly square when folded.
Earlier this year, Samsung launched the much-anticipated Galaxy Fold smartphone in India. Galaxy Fold has two screens, a 11.684 cm HD+ Super AMOLED (21:9) cover display on the front with 840×1960 pixels resolution and a 7.3-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED tablet screen with 4.2:3 aspect ratio when the phone is unfolded with 1536×2152 pixels resolution.
The phone has 12GB of RAM and 512GB internal storage and Samsung is selling the phone in premium cosmos colour. Galaxy Fold is also equipped with six cameras on the phone including three on the back when folded in phone mode, one in front in phone mode and two inside in tablet mode. Samsung says that the phone has two batteries on two sides which give a total battery of 4,380mAh.