On February 21, Samsung opened a new race on the phone market when it announced Galaxy Fold – a unique folding screen smartphone.
Opening the Galaxy event Unpacked 2019, Samsung surprised us by introducing almost immediately Galaxy Fold, first folding smartphone screen of the company instead of the summary screen of dry data or advertising.
As per previous leaked information, the Galaxy Fold impresses at first sight with a book-like design. Going from the outside of the Galaxy Fold is a 4.6-inch HD screen + 21: 9 ratio with a selfie camera.
And when opened, the user will have a wide screen 7.3 inch QXGA + 4.2: 3 ratio. A screen that is quite square and seamlessly brings a really big display space like a tablet. Samsung said it has collaborated with Google to optimize multitasking capabilities on Galaxy Fold to take advantage of the big screen, allowing users to open applications at the same time. Applications like Youtube will also be updated to support the best folding screen.
Not only possessing a wide screen can be impressively folded, Galaxy Fold also equipped with many cameras. In addition to the camera on the outside, the upper side of the screen left, there is a dual selfie camera. And finally there is a 3-camera system on the back. Unfortunately all the specifications of these cameras have not been yet been revealed
Instead, Samsung spoke quite carefully about the hinges, details that the company had to invest a lot of effort to develop, to be able to operate sustainably to allow users to use for a long time, a durable fold that can be open many times without breaking.
Specs And Release:
In terms of configuration, Samsung Galaxy Fold uses Snapdragon 855 chip, 12GB RAM and 512GB internal memory UFS 3.0, two batteries with 4380mAh capacity (arranged on two halves of the screen).
Samsung Galaxy Fold will have support for LTE and 5G version. It has a price of 1980 USD with 4 color options: black (Cosmos Black), silver (Space Silver), blue (Astro Blue) and green (Martian Green).
Galaxy Fold will officially sell from April 26 in certain markets.