Officially launched last month, the new Samsung will sell its folding screen smartphone, Galaxy Fold, in April with a price tag of US $1,980. Not yet officially sold, the South Korean technology giant is rumoured to have prepared two new folding screen smartphones.
A trustworthy ‘insider’ source said that Samsung was preparing a folding screen smartphone with a clamshell model or similar to a flip cellphone which had a trend in the late 1990s to early 2000.
Quoting BGR, this folding screen smartphone is estimated to be slimmer with a small display on the outside, similar to the design of the Moto RAZR 2019, a folding screen smartphone made by Motorola that is predicted to slide next year.
One more model similar to Huawei Mate X is also reportedly being designed.
This model will have one large tablet screen that can be folded vertically like a book.
So far, there is still no Samsung representative willing to respond to rumours related to the two brand-new folding screen smartphones. If this news is true, Samsung seems to be quite ambitious about the market for folding screen smartphones.
However, keep in mind if folding screen smartphones are currently still being released as luxury devices aimed at certain market segments.
Until now it is unknown how much interest the market has in Samsung’s folding screen smartphone because the new Galaxy Fold is not yet available for purchase, it can be ordered on April 26.