Samsung had unveiled its first fully foldable smartphone with Infinity Flex Display last a week back. Post that there have been renders and video of how the final product would look like. Now, LetsGoDitigal has joined the league, wherein new 3D renders of the foldable smartphone have emerged.
LetsGoDitigal has posted the 3D render, which is based on patent drawings instead of the CAD design. During the showcase of the foldable phone at the event, Samsung had confirmed that the foldable phone comes with a primary 7.3-inch AMOLED display that has a screen resolution of 1536×2152 pixels and when folded, gives a 4.6-inch phone-sized secondary display with a resolution of 840×1960 pixels.
Looking at the image, one can notice the rounded corners on the device with minimal bezels. The device gets hinge support that makes the display bend both ways. Note that this is no the official phone, but an unofficial render and the final Galaxy F or Galaxy X just might look different.
According to reports, the phone is said to be priced at $1770 (Rs 1,27,600 approx.). Samsung is planning to manufacture just 1 million models in the beginning and will be available in March, along with the Galaxy S10 5G variant.