Samsung Galaxy F, the foldable phone, to be compatible with all major US carriers

Samsung Galaxy F to be compatible with all major US carriers

Samsung finally launching its foldable phone, the Galaxy F next year, is almost a done deal based on official reports. It may even debut alongside the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10 or the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Whatever be the case, it is now being reported that the smartphone major is working on developing carrier specific firmware for the phone.

According to tipster Evan Blass, the list of carriers that the Galaxy F foldable phone will support includes all major operators like AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and Spectrum and will probably be released in Q2 next year after the official report stated the launch date as “before July“.

It seems that Samsung has become anxious after recent reports that LG may launch its own foldable phone at CES next year. Just last week Samsung revealed some official specifications about the foldable phone like a 7.3-inch Infinity Flex display which can be folded in half to get access to a smaller 4.8-inch screen.

A recent leak about the Samsung foldable phone also speaks about the phone being powered by Snapdragon 8150 processor, the latest from Qualcomm’s factory.

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The phone may also come endowed with a massive 512GB ROM and run on Samsung’s new One UI atop Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box. Rumors about the price keep on flowing with the latest one directing towards a price point of $1,500 but it might be much more given that Samsung plans to manufacture only a limited number of these.

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