Earlier we saw the new foldable display called the Infinity Flex which was unveiled at the SDC2018. We also got a series of leaks which provided the expected pricing and launch date details. Now Samsung has already started working with the US carriers for the firmware of the new foldable smartphone.
As per the tipster Evan Blass, Samsung is closely working with all the US carriers for the upcoming Galaxy F. Samsung is developing carrier specific firmware for the foldable smartphone aka Galaxy F with model number SM-F900U.
The list of carriers which will launch the new Galaxy F includes Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, & Sprint, along with U.S. Cellular and Spectrum Mobile in the US. Earlier we had got few details leaked through the firmware files which revealed that the Galaxy F will be powered by SD8150 coupled with 512GB internal storage.