Samsung Galaxy F may be exclusive to EE in the UK

Peter, 23 November 2018

With a rumored price of £1,500, there was little danger that the foldable Samsung Galaxy F would be a mass market device. Rumor has it that UK carrier EE is in talks with Samsung for an exclusivity deal, which will help spread out the cost by splitting it into monthly installments.

SIM-free units will be available from EE and also from Samsung stores, the exclusivity is only for phones on contract. However, with no contract you’ll have to pay the full price up front and the top-specced version of the Galaxy F is said to reach £2,000.

Naturally, EE has made no official comments on the potential exclusivity deal while Samsung only reiterated its expectation to build “at least” 1 million units.



Reader comments

  • Tino
  • 26 Nov 2018
  • J9i

How is it a concept photo? Didn't they show it stage about 3 weeks ago?

  • Well
  • 26 Nov 2018
  • nmN

Some people dont care about the phone sze. I have been using tab s 8.4 as my phone now for four years. No issues so far. Only thing that worries me that there is no similar replacement available. Oled around 8 inch with phone features. This one gives...

  • Anonymous
  • 26 Nov 2018
  • kDi

you realize thats a prototype picture and the phone many not even look anything like this right its literally a concept photo

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