Samsung folding Smartphone Galaxy Fold has passed through the TENAA and company said that it will soon be officially released in China. The Galaxy Fold was released at the end of February this year. In mid-April, Samsung began receiving the pre-orders of the Galaxy Fold, which cost is $1980. The Samsung Galaxy Fold was originally planned to be launched in April this year, but it was postponed due to screen defects.
On June 17, the Vice president display business of Samsung Jin Chengzhe said that most of the folding screen problems have been resolved and Galaxy Fold is ready to go for Sale.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold has two display screens, which are designed with a left and right fold-down design. The primary screen size is 4.6-inch AMOLED display with a screen aspect ratio of 21:9, the secondary screen size is 7.3 inches, and the screen aspect ratio is 4.2:3.
In addition, the back of the phone is made of 3D curved glass material, which is available in 4 quantum black, night fog silver, fairy green, and interstellar blue color.
The Galaxy Fold has no shortage of cameras. There is a triple camera set up on the rear, similar to the Galaxy S10 Plus. The main one is a 12-MP wide-angle camera. Then there’s also a 12-MP telephoto camera and a 16-PM ultra-wide camera at the rear, along with two 10-MP front selfie cameras – for ‘unfolded’ and ‘closed’ use.
A heavy duty phone needs a heavy duty battery, and the Samsung Galaxy Fold has two of those, combined to offer a robust capacity of about 4380 mAh. The Galaxy Fold will also feature Wireless PowerShare.
This will allow you to charge other phones or gadgets, like the Galaxy Watch or Galaxy Buds, by placing them on the back of the phone. Samsung Galaxy Fold entered the TENAA suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy Fold is ready for sale in China.
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