On February 20, just a week before the Mobile Wrold Congress 2019 in Barcelona, Samsung plans to kill two birds with one stone. In fact, if on that date the South Korean producer intends to officially present the Galaxy S10 and its various variants, he also intends to show the enigmatic Galaxy F to the face of the world.
And for once, this is not another loss on the Web that sold the wick, but Samsung itself. The manufacturer has launched a new advertising campaign in the heart of Paris, placing giant posters on the Place de la Concorde.
Written in Hangeul (the official alphabet of South Korea), these minimalist posters announce that the "future will take place" on February 20th. So you understand that Samsung will finally raise the veil of mystery that is affecting its Galaxy F.
As a reminder, the first Samsung folding smartphone is expected with a 4.6-inch "outdoor" display and a 7.3-inch "inside" folding panel. On the battery side, it would point to a load of 5,000 to 6,000 mAh. Recent rumors suggest that the Galaxy F will offer 1TB of internal memory and 12GB of RAM. The price would range between 1,700 and 2,260 euros.