Samsung is all set to launch the new foldable smartphone which was showcased at SDC2018 and is expected to launch by March 2019. Earlier we also got a series of leaks and rumors claiming that the Galaxy F will not for everyone.
Now finally, we have got the BOM which will reveal the manufacturing cost of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F. The Korean agency CGS-CIMB Research has shared the report in which they have compared the BOM prices of Galaxy F with Galaxy S9+ and iPhone XS Max.
As per the source, the costliest past among the three is for Galaxy F display with 7.3 inches which when folded turns to 4.58 inches external display. Apart from that. the device will carry two batteries so total capacity of the battery is expected to be anywhere between 5000 mAh to 6000 mAh.
As expected Samsung will charge 65% premium than BOM cost which is similar to Apple iPhone XS Max and Galaxy S9+ which they charged up to 55% premium. So if Samsung charges 65% premium over the manufacturing cost then the Samsung Galaxy F might cost you whopping $1800 (Rs.1,29,500/-).
Further, the analyst is also claiming that in the coming year the foldable smartphone market shares to see a rise in shipment with around 3.5 million units in 2019 which will jump to 24 million by 2022. With every other year, the price tag will lower down to $1300 by 2022.