Galaxy F: Samsung finally showed off the smartphone with a sweeping screen
The first step in the world of smartphones with a curly screen made Royale - a rather unknown company that seems to motivate the Giants to invest in such the Thehanol. And yesterday, Samsung introduced the Galaxy F, which is the answer for the Royale FlexPai.
In the last few months, more companies have joined the trend of smartphones with a flip-up screen, and the most serious for now are Huawei, Xiaomi, and of course Samsung.
Last year, Samsung unveiled the prototype for a sleek-screen phone, at a traditional convention for developers, which is thought to be the basis for the company's new model, called Galaxy F.
The device shown has two screens, of which the inner is larger, and the outer smaller is threaded in the middle. During the display, the body of the phone looked slightly thicker than those of the other models. The reason the smartphone looked fatter was that it had a protective mask, with which Samsung "concealed" the right design from competitors.
Just before the Mobile World Congress (MWC), which will be held in Barcelona at the end of this month, Samsung decided to give us a little glimpse into what the Galaxy Fold looks like.
In the commercial video that first appeared on Samsung's YouTube channel for the Vietnamese market, the devices of the South Korean manufacturer are shown which will be available to users in the future. Only in a short moment, from 0:24 to 0:26, you can see the Galaxy Fold / Galaxy F - the phone with a sweeping screen.
The device in the video works significantly thinner than the one shown at the convention, and it is clearly seen that the front (smaller) screen does not extinguish when the phone is opened, but for now we do not know if it's a video trick showing the two screens or the device will really work on that principle. We will find out at the end of February after the model will be displayed at the Mobile World Congress.