Samsung’s folding screen smartphone is reportedly going to be sold in the UK on a limited basis and at a fairly expensive price.
According to Gizmodo UK speakers who are Samsung workers, the smartphone will be sold through Samsung’s official store without a SIM card.
If the report is correct, that means Samsung’s plan to sell its folding screen smartphone in the UK is much different from the smartphone flagship class in their Galaxy S and Galaxy Note lines. Because both are sold through all the famous operators in the UK.
At present, it is still unknown to any country, other than the United Kingdom, which will get this Samsung folding screen smartphone.
The smartphone is reportedly going to be valued at around 1,500 pounds (around N695,000 naira) to 2,000 pounds (N926,000 naira), depending on RAM capacity and internal memory.
This latest news mentions a more expensive price than previous rumours which say that the folding screen smartphone is valued at US $1,850 (approx. N673,000 naira).
Samsung showed off its folding screen smartphone – which might be called Galaxy X, Galaxy F, or Galaxy Flex – at the Samsung Developer Conference in early November.
Samsung will launch a folding screen smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 in February. The device will be available on the market in March 2019, according to reports from South Korean media.
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