The new foldable Samsung Galaxy F phones. Image Credits: BGR.com
As the release of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 happened on August 9, 2018 Samsung is plagued with leaks and rumors that has all been considered as ‘accidents’.
In a recent interview with Forbes, the Samsung CEO DJ Koh revealed that Samsung has been working on a foldable display smartphone that would be introduced in the market by the organisation.
Speaking about the brand new ‘Galaxy F’, Koh shared that Samsung is “focusing on developing innovations that will be genuinely accepted and liked by consumers”. He also goes on to tell that the company acknowledges rivals are trying to beat Samsung to the punch with this technology and it “didn’t want to lose the world’s first title”.
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That’s not even all! Koh said that the Galaxy F is not a one-off concept, but the beginning of a long-running new range towards a new revolution saying “We wouldn’t have started [the project] if it was a going to be a one-time thing.”
Well, it looks like Koh’s words have finally given an answer to the future of Galaxy Note range, something which Apple may improvise on later, Samsung needs a new flagship smartphone that would be a strong word to rely on for some great smartphone goals as well as a bold move towards the competition with not only the giant Apple, but also innovative Chinese phone makers like Vivo and Oppo who both made bezel-less, notch-less phones this year.