At the Unpacked event tonight, Samsung‘s first uncovering is the Galaxy Fold. Yes! Samsung’s initial foldable smartphone is formal and it “defies categories”.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold is a lovely gadget with a hidden hinge system with interlocking gears that lets you to fold and unfold the product.
Open the Galaxy Fold and you are greeted by the 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display with a 1536 x 2152 resolution. In this mode, you could use 3 applications at the same time what Samsung calls Three-app Multitasking.
Whenever folded into cameraphone mode, you have a 4.6-inch 840 x 1960 panel. One neat feature of the Galaxy Fold is what Samsung phone calls App Continuity. What this does is automatically adjust an app whenever you switch screens. So if you have the Maps app open in smartphone mode, it automatically adjusts to fit the 7.3-inch screen when you turn to tablet mode.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold is powered by a 7nm processor paired with 12GB of RAM and for the first time in a smartphone, UFS 3.0 memory with a 512GB ability. Samsung says there are six digital cameras – three on the back (when folded in phone mode), one in front (also in smartphone mode), and 2 inside (in tablet mode).
The three rear digital cameras are made up of a 16MP ultra-wide camera, a 12MP telephoto camera, and another 12MP wide-angle digital camera. The selfie image sensor is a 10MP camera. There is with no info on the other 2 digital cameras.
The Galaxy Fold runs One UI with Android Pie. It sports a 4,380mAh battery which is really split into two.
The Galaxy Fold will arrive in 2 versions – an 4G version and a 5G version. It will have a starting price tag of $1980 and will arrive in 4 alternative colours. Samsung will In addition allow you to Additionally customize the product a bit. It will be in the world for purchase starting April 26.