Rumors about the much-talked-about foldable smartphone from Samsung have just gotten stronger. That’s because a new report from The Wall Street Journal points out that the South Korean manufacturer plans to launch the device in early 2019.
According to the American newspaper, which quotes people close to the subject as sources, the device in question would have a 7 inch screen (almost a tablet, basically) that could be folded in the middle.
When folded, the device would look like a wallet, with a small screen on the front and cameras on the back, Wall Street Journal sources confirms .
According to the report, this Samsung folding cell phone would have a very salty price, which could “easily” exceed $1,500, which would cost it more than Apple’s iPhone X, which has an initial suggested price of $1,000 In the USA.
The information published by the WSJ goes against what was published a few weeks ago by the profile Ice Universe on Twitter, which is known for its solid track record in anticipating information on the smartphone market. The user said Samsung’s allegedly foldable smartphone, commonly called the Galaxy X, is expected to be unveiled at CES 2019 in January in Las Vegas.