Samsung's foldable device will be officially called the Galaxy Fold

Samsung's foldable device will be officially called the Galaxy Fold

Samsung's foldable device will be officially called the Galaxy Fold

That's because trade-in prices are now as high as they're going to get before the Galaxy S10 series is launched on 20 February.

Samsung also revealed a pre-order site in the United States for "your next Galaxy Device" TechRadar announces.

This is not the first time we have come across the name as a trademark application filing revealed previous year that Samsung applied to trademark the name "Samsung Galaxy Fold". That punchline comes from a 25-second long teaser video released by Samsung that's set to unveil its new smartphone, the Galaxy S10, on February 20.

Samsung is known for using the most advanced chipset in its premium range of smartphones.


From the image, the waterdrop notch display is pretty evident. The images also marked some of the key features of the device including the details about the camera sensors on the device. In addition, the duo is seen sporting triple rear camera setup with LED flash and autofocus sensor. Same is expected to happen this time again, Samsung Galaxy S10 launch in the MWC 2019 is expected not to bring just flagship series but will also bring 10th-anniversary edition Samsung Galaxy X which will be a folding display smartphone. Hence, it was referred to as Galaxy Fold and Galaxy F. But today, we finally have some more solid evidence about which way it will go. The company has continuously launched smartphones under its sub-branding Redmi as well, making it easily available to users.

Samsung has recently refreshed its budget smartphone segment with the launch of Samsung Galaxy M10 and M20 smartphones in India.

FCC documents published yesterday have revealed that Samsung is working on a wireless power bank, confirming earlier rumors.

But perhaps another reason why the Samsung Galaxy S10e has been left out might lie in the pre-order bonus for the other two variants. Thankfully we only have to wait another day, since the Galaxy Unpacked event will kick off tomorrow at 7pm GMT.

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