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Rumors are swirling that Samsung will at the very least tease the Galaxy F foldable phone at their S10 Unpacked event in San Francisco next month, but that is yet to be seen. However, Italian-language blog Tutto Android claims that the Galaxy Fold is set to launch in Italy towards the end of March, or in early April at the latest, priced around €2,000 ($2,272). Just to recap, this device sports a battery divided into two packs — one per blade — with a total capacity of 5,000 to 6,000 mAh, which is necessary to power its internal 7.3-inch (2152 x 1536 resolution) foldable screen and the front cover display. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
“The report — which claims that all the information has been verified with the component suppliers listed below — also says it will have two cameras on the back with 12 megapixel sensors and a 8 megapixel on the cover. Finally, the Korean firm claims that the Galaxy Fold will be powered by an Exynos 9820 CPU in Korea and the Snapdragon 8150 in the US,” according to Tom’s Guide.