Samsung Galaxy Fold Smartphone

Feb 20, 2019

Category: Tech

After teasing the foldable phone late last year, the South Korean company finally unveiled one of its most anticipated offerings and it doesn’t disappoint. According to Samsung, their Galaxy Fold Smartphone features the world’s first dynamic AMOLED Infinity Flex display to upgrade your multitasking abilities.

The 5G Samsung flex phone’s 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display can be folded to fit in your pocket, transforming into a 4.6-inch HD+ display in phone mode. The main tablet-sized display has OXGA+ resolution for an absolutely stunning display. Besides being a revolutionary hybrid device combining the best of a tablet and smartphone, the Galaxy Fold uses 512GB of Universal Flash Storage 3.0 for blistering speeds in addition to a Qualcomm 7nm Octa-Core processor and 12GB of RAM. It’s powered by two separated batteries which combine for a total output of 4,380 mAh. The smartphone is packing six cameras, including a 16mp wide-angle and telephoto camera, as well as a 10mp cover camera to snap selfies. Needless to say, the Samsung Galaxy Fold is a tough act to follow. You can get your hands on Samsung’s Galaxy Fold on April 26 for $1,980.

Purchase: $1,980

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