Samsung showcases its foldable phone to a limited audience at CES 2019

Judy Cobb
January 11, 2019

Samsung has started sending out invitations for a Galaxy Unpacked event set for Wednesday, February 20, 2019 in San Francisco.

According to the Samsung official, the foldable phone - temporarily dubbed "Galaxy F" - would come with a price tag of around 2 million won ($1,788). This will bring down the cost as much as possible for the base model. This might be the first Samsung smartphone to not feature a 3.5mm headphone jack. This also includes Uber, Ticketmaster, iHeartRadio, Google and others to join the ecosystem in the future.

The author travelled to CES 2019 as a guest of Samsung and Dell. The version Samsung unveiled in early November was carefully camouflaged with the help of protective gear and lighting, as the phone's final design wasn't completed. What do you think of Samsung's new home appliance offerings? Beyond aesthetics, Samsung's Space Monitor is a feature-rich, high-performance monitor.

Notably, it enables drivers to remotely check their car's fuel levels before setting off on a long road trip and set the temperature before settling into the vehicle - ideal for hot days.

Samsung has unveiled a full lineup of products at CES, for entertainment, the home and work, and for the auto.

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The concept combines the power of an electric vehicle and the capability of robotics to rethink where cars can travel. The Elevate was created using a combination of Hyundai's latest EV technology with the power of robotics.

Coming to an elaboration on the screens, the three screens in the anterior of the Digital Cockpit is meant for the driver, and provides important information and settings related to driving.

In order to power tomorrow's AI technologies, Samsung emphasized that today's AI infrastructure must evolve to handle intelligence at the edge.

Samsung's dedication to their television line is unrivaled. The capacity is expected to deliver the same endurance as the Galaxy S9, but because the handset will feature more efficient components such as an SLP boards and the Exynos 9820, we can expect slightly better battery timing.

CES has kicked off with the showcasing of a number of mindboggling innovations, the latest among which is the next level of Samsung and Harman's joint project, the Digital Cockpit platform. With its advances in AI and robotics, the company is harnessing its best assets to make a positive impact on society and shape a better world.

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