Next Galaxy Fold will be called Galaxy Bloom, Confirmed by Samsung

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Since Samsung has shown its next foldable phone in developer conference of the company. Since then the device is known as the next foldable phone from Samsung. But now in a meeting at CES 2020 Samsung has confirmed that the next foldable phone which was leaked recently is named as Galaxy Bloom.

Galaxy Bloom Leaked photo

Moreover, the leaked image of slideshow shows the Bloom word in front of the foldable device. The president and CEO of Samsung DJ Koh also say that Galaxy Bloom is inspired by commonly seen makeup powder boxes from French cosmetic firm  Lancome. The company might market Galaxy Boom as Women-centric phone. There is a possibility of another foldable device this year which will be the successor of Samsung Galaxy Fold.

Galaxy Bloom

Galaxy Bloom will come in both 4G and 5G variants and it will support 8K video recording. According to the previous leaks and reports, the phone is a rectangle in shape when fully opened and it has a single front camera. When we close it you will see a Dual camera setup as the primary one with LED flash. Alongside with camera, there is a small display which shows the date and time.

One of the photos shows the USB Type-C port and a speaker grill on its side. There is a volume rocker on the top right side of the phone and below that there is a power button. Other than this there is not much information about the device right now.

Also Read: Samsung Unpacked 2020 event set on 11th February, Galaxy S20s and new Galaxy Fold expected

After the Launch main competition of Galaxy Bloom will be with Moto Razr 2019. Moto Razr 2019 has a similar form factor. Stay tuned with us for more news, leaks, how-to guides.

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