During the Samsung Developers Conference, the company wowed its audience and the international market by teasing their first foldable phone, the Galaxy F (or Galaxy X, as there is no definite name for it yet) prototype. Right now, it looks like they are still in the process of deliberating how the final version would look like. Now that Samsung has everyone’s interests piqued, they are rolling out details on what they have for the concept phone so far.
It seems that the Galaxy F will be all about the display, as the company have allegedly shelled out resources in developing their patented Infinity Flex screen. Drafts for the concept phone illustrates an exterior screen that opens to an interior 7.3-inch display with minimal bezels. At the bottom is what looks like a 3.5mm earphone jack, charging port and loudspeakers. On its right (when closed) is the power and volume control buttons. There also seems to be a front camera on the exterior front panel.
As Samsung continues to update us on their progress with the Galaxy F, we are expecting more details and specs to surface in the coming months.