The Galaxy Fold will have a dual 2190mAh battery for a total of 4380mAh, so you can get through the day without worries
The 2019, for Samsung, seems to present itself as the year of records: the new Galaxy F, presented next February 20 along with the entire family of Galaxy S10, will be equipped with a super battery that will make it possible to use the smartphone for an entire day on a single charge.
Although previous rumors spoke of a single battery, the South Korean company has chosen to include in the Galaxy Fold two 2,190 mAh batteries for a total of 4,380 mAh, which should ensure an autonomy of at least 24 hours. Samsung's choice is very similar to the one made by Apple with the iPhone X, where the batteries are split between them and take a particular L shape. The dual battery was a necessary decision for Samsung: the 7.8-inch display consumes much more energy than a normal 6-inch screen.
Galaxy F: the features
Less than a month before the official presentation, there are many doubts about the Galaxy F's technical sheet, Samsung has been good at not leaking anything. But it is still possible to make some predictions: on board we should find the Exynos 9820 chipset (the same as the Galaxy S10), supported by 12GB of RAM and 1TB of internal memory. The open screen should be 7.8, while closed should have a diagonal of about 5 inches. The only certainty concerns the camera module: it should contain three sensors, the same present on the Galaxy S10. Of the battery we have already said: 4380mAh.
When the Galaxy Fold comes out
The Galaxy Fold will be presented on February 20 at an event in San Francisco, but for the marketing we must wait at least a couple of weeks. Probably the device will be launched first in South Korea and then come to Europe. The price should be close to 2000 euros.
Samsung: the future of the mobile industry is flexible
The South Korean company will be the first major hi-tech company to launch a flexible smartphone, but it will not be the only one to do so in 2019. Huawei and Xiaomi are also ready to do it and will show off their first foldable smartphone by the end of the year. The war has begun and Samsung is starting from a significant advantageous position.