With the re-launch of Galaxy Fold and the launch of Galaxy Note 10, Samsung has got its hands full for August. Before getting into the more exciting aspect of the news, let’s get into detail about the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the world’s first folding smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy Fold, the world’s first folding smartphone
The Samsung Galaxy Fold was revealed a few months ago, in February 2019, and since then it has been tested and re-tested as to be able to guess if it has a predecessor. The touchscreen primary display of the smartphone measures 7.30 inches having a resolution of 1536×2152 pixels while the touchscreen as its second display measures 4.60 inches having a resolution of 840×1960 pixels.
This folding smartphone comes with 12 Gb of RAM, and it gets its power from an octa-core processor and a 4 mAh battery. In addition to that the Samsung Galaxy Fold supports wireless charging, runs on Android Pie and you can also use Quick Charge 2.0 fast charging.
Samsung Galaxy Fold might come out along with Samsung Galaxy Note 10 models
It is true, according to the latest report claims, that Samsung will relaunch its foldable futuristic smartphone. Many unnamed inside sources and experts say that the hinge of the foldable handset has been revamped by the Korean tech giant as well as the screen design. In addition to that, the device was tested and passed at grade A. Before its launch, and it will only need a few finishes.
However, do not expect this folding smartphone to be launched by Samsung this month. You would better think of August 7th as its release month as many rumors suggest. The unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy Fold will take place sometime after the Unpacked event where the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will launch on August 7th. The public needs to focus on each smartphone as a time, so why release them together?
Katie Tachuck is a reporter for News Lair. After graduating from UCLA, Katie got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a investigative journalist and producer. Katie has also worked as a columnist for the The Santa Fe New Mexican. Katie covers economy and community events for News Lair.