Samsung is planning to launch a second foldable smartphone this year, which could be named as Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The Galaxy Z Flip is a clamshell device with a foldable display. Max Weinbach from XDA Developers had recently revealed plenty of information on the specs of the S20 series.
A South Korean publication had recently reported that the Galaxy Z Flip will be priced between $850 and $1300. The Snapdragon 855 mobile platform powers it. The SM-F700F model number and the Galaxy Z Flip name are mentioned in the database as you can see in the image above. The Galaxy S20+ 5G will be priced at €1,050-1,100, while the S20 Ultra 5G will cost €1,300. The Fold, which has a starting price of just under US$2,000, (RM8,159) is created to target a niche, affluent clientele. So, you can expect them to be a bit more affordable, but not by much. But the Samsung Galaxy S10 range hit all major markets on the same day, so it's unlikely that the S20's street date would be staggered.More news: Stress really does turn your hair grey
Compared to the Samsung flagship Samsung Galaxy note 10 chipsets Exynos 9825, the Galaxy Note 10 lite has the mid-range chipset Exynos 9810 octa-core SoC clocked at 2.7GHz a 10nm chip with RAM options of 6GB and 8GB.
Several social media accounts specializing in tech industry leaks have published what are claimed to be the defining technical characteristics of the future Samsung device. It comes with a little upgrade like the display resolution is larger 1080 x 2400 with lesser DPI of 394, larger battery, and the updated One UI 2.0.More news: President Trump touts Phase One trade deal with China
The dual aperture allowed Samsung to get more mileage out of its 12MP camera sensor that it's been using on phones since the Galaxy S9. As for its photo-taking capabilities, owners will have to settle for a setup of two rear cameras. The S20 Ultra will apparently sell for £1,300 (INR 102,500).More news: Sanders, Biden Share Lead Over Dem Candidates — CNN Poll