Samsung could be Working on A Galaxy Fold Within Reach of All Pockets

Samsung has registered a new foldable mobile device with the Wi-Fi Alliance, and as you can guess from the model number, it could be a cheap version of the original Samsung Galaxy Fold.

Samsung remains convinced that folding phones are the future, as its latest announcements attest, but a recent certification could also bring these new devices closer to a more general market niche.

Samsung’s folding devices like the Galaxy Fold are high-end terminals that are within the reach of few pockets, and the South Koreans seem to want to end this exclusivity and make their new folding panel technology available to many more users thanks to the certification of a new cheaper foldable Samsung Galaxy.

In the last few hours a new certification has been discovered that shows the possibility that South Koreans will launch a cheaper version of Samsung Galaxy Fold. Specifically, Samsung has just certified a new device in the Wi-Fi Alliance with the SM-F415F / DS model. While this apparently says nothing, it is possible to intuit certain specifications thanks to the model number.

The letter “F” already appears on the model, which refers to a flexible device. Then you have to understand the numbers. In general, in this type of registry, the higher the number of the better range the terminal will be, and since in this case it is below the original certification that was SM-F900, it is suspected that it will be a cheaper and less powerful model .

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