Samsung has now introduced a brand new type of smartphone “Galaxy Fold”.
Samsung Galaxy Fold offers a large 7.3-inch display which works as a tablet when open, it’s worth noting that there’s a rather large notch in the top right corner, which might be a problem when watching video. But that might not matter, considering you can do three-app multitasking on it.
When the Galaxy Fold is closed, it features a modest 4.6-inch display (840 x 1960). Open the device up to unveil a 7.3-inch (1536 x 2152) Infinity Flex display—the device is half smartphone and half tablet. This is a new era of the “Phablet,” and it looks fabulous.
Talking about its insides, the device features a state-of-the-art 7nm processor and 12GB of RAM, ensuring optimal performance. The device also sports 512GB of internal storage, so you’ll never run out of space. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Fold comes equipped with two batteries on each side of the fold, which required a special engineering process.
Users will unlock the Galaxy Fold through a fingerprint sensor that’s located on the side of the device, it might be a concern for the left handers in this case.
The Galaxy Fold also sports six cameras: three sensors on the back, two sensors on the inside, and one final sensor on the front
- Rear Camera 1 — 16MP Ultrawide
- Rear Camera 2 — 12MP Wide-Angle
- Rear Camera 3 — 12MP Telephoto
- Front Camera 1 — 10MP Selfie
- Front Camera 2 — 8MP Depth Sensor
- Cover Camera — 10MP Selfie
No matter how you slice it, the Galaxy Fold is a powerhouse, equipped with some incredible specs and ideas, including 5G (there is also an LTE version).
The potential of a device like the Galaxy Fold is really exciting, and based on what we’ve seen so far.