Samsung it delivered last year's expectations Gold Fold, its wrap phone that, to date, has sold half a million units worldwide The South Korean company has been working on the arrival a new wrap phone, which he revealed her real name and other aspects of it at a secret meeting held at CES 2020.
Several rumors suggest that Samsung will officially launch its new wrap phone in the coming days during the CES 2020, held in downtown Las Vegas. However, and as South Korea's Aju News points out, Samsung is holding a secret meeting at a popular technology platform with its partners and staff there DJ Koh, Samsung manager
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The Korean manufacturer has confirmed its next wrap-in smartphone it's called Global Bloom. In addition, it is also filtered photo, there is a blur, which was taken at this meeting and that shows the formation of that device, which will be as shell-like as it was rumored sometime ago. Similar news sources confirm that Samsung's CEO confirmed that the Global Bloom design was inspired by curtains in the form of French cosmetic Lacoste, so the device will be aimed at a female audience of 20 years.
Galaxy Bloom, real name of Samsung Galaxy Fold 2
Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Fold, Global Bloom is a shell type tool It can be rolled up and down around its vertical axis. In the same way, it has also been known that it will not produce plastic film on its screen and that the Asian company will use very thin glass (UTG) on the device. It is also confirmed that it will be the first smartphone to arrive with the support of 8K video recording
However, Mishaal Rahman, an XDA-certified editor, confirmed it to your Twitter account that "Bloom" is probably a model code, not a last name. Currently it is only waiting for Samsung to officially confirm the launch of its new wrapping smartphone, in addition to its official name and all its features and specifications.
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