Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy F is getting a lot of attention for being a game-changing device in the smartphone industry. The latest rumor comes from ETNews where an industry source in South Korea claims that Samsung is going to supply triple camera to be used in the upcoming foldable smartphone.
The triple camera module is expected to be similar to the one on the upcoming Galaxy S10+, according to the report, and is rumored to be announced sometime in March. It is said to combine a dual camera with a third super-wide camera. A similar setup is found on the Galaxy A7 – a dual camera with a super-wide camera. Of course, the sensors in the S10 and Galaxy F will be higher-end.
The cameras will be placed on the "rear" of the device.
The Galaxy F is set to be released sometime around or after the Galaxy S10 and is rumored to ship with the latest version of Bixby 3.0. The foldable phone is said to have a 4.6-inch exterior display and a larger 7.3-inch display when unfolded.
We don’t know too much about the Galaxy Fold just yet. Samsung is (unofficially) going to offer another demo of the Galaxy Fold in February during the MWC but until then, we don’t know much more about this device other than it will likely feature 5G connectivity and be very expensive.
Oh, look. Xiaomi foldable phone leaks come out. See!! As I said. The chinese is fast.
I'm sure you don't know how to use it or even don't know what it can do. You remind me of a person he has a Note phone but he doesn't know that his phone has a pen !
Thanks for the information.