After its first tease last November 2018, Samsung has finally launched its first ever foldable device Galaxy Fold during its Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco.
According to a report by The Verge, the tech giant fully revealed the Samsung Galaxy Fold phone that can be transformed from a phone into a tablet, featuring 4.6-inch display when folded a, and a 7.3-inch display when unfolded.
The device also comes in Qualcomm 7nm octa-core processor alongside a 512GB of Universal Flash Storage 3.0 (eUFS) and 12GB of RAM.
The phone features two batteries separated by the fold but combined combined in the Android operating system with a total of 4,380 mAh.
Galaxy Fold also supports a triple-camera system for both phone and tablet modes with a 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera alongside a 12-megapixel wide-angle and telephoto rear cameras, and a 10-megapixel single cover camera for selfies.
The sturdy backbone to the device, with a hinge system that has multiple interlocking gears allow Galaxy Fold to transform from phone to tablet modes.
Another interesting feature of the device is allowing users to run three apps at once, as well as its app continuity system which adjusts the apps when switching modes.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold will be released on April 26th, starting at $1,980.
It will come in four different colors with an LTE and 5G version.
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