Samsung is expected to showcase its first-ever foldable Smartphone at the upcoming developer's conference. In the latest update, the company has hinted at the in-folding mechanism of the device by posting some new images. Samsung's upcoming foldable device, internally codenamed as "Winner", is being dubbed as Galaxy F or even Galaxy X on the internet. Notably, the device will function as both a phone and tablet, sporting a main 7.3-inch internal display and a 4.58-inches external display. The foldable device becomes a phone when folded. It can be unfolded for operating as a tablet, somewhat like a gaming-console similar to Nintendo's DS range. The in-folding type has a more drastic curvature rate. But due to the durability issue, the out-folding type is considered a more advanced next-generation technology. However, Samsung will definitely adopt the in-folding variant. The phone will be made available globally. The production of the phone is expected to begin in November itself with the maximum volume set at under 100,000 units a month. The 'Galaxy F' or 'Galaxy X' or whatever it may be called, Samsung's foldable phone will be the company's most-expensive Smartphone to date. The phone may be priced anywhere between $1,500 (approx. Rs. 1, 10,000) and $1,850 (approx. Rs. 1, 35,700).