Samsung’s Galaxy Fold will feature two batteries, six cameras, and cost $2,000
That’s basically the price of a high-end phone and tablet put together.
Samsung’s Unpacked event is currently live and the company wasted no time getting into the nitty-gritty details of its foldable phone, the Samsung Fold. The dang thing has been rumored for what seems like years, but all those rumors can be put to rest now, as we now what to expect from the phone when it releases on April 26.
Ok, let’s break it down. The phone is expensive, like, real expensive, coming in at $1,980. That’s quite a bit of money, but hey, just claim that you have to pay to for innovation, and fold the haters out of your life. The Fold will be available in both LTE and 5G models, and comes in four different colorways. These colors include black, silver, blue, and a bright green variant.
When closed, the phone features a 4.6-inch display and when opened reveals a 7.3-inch screen. A patented hinge system (which also as color options) makes opening and closing a smooth, streamlined experience. Surprisingly, the screen looks great when opened and you would be hard-pressed to notice that it was ever folded close.
With the Samsung Fold, you’ll be able to simultaneously use three different apps when the phone is open and Samsung states it has app continuity with the Fold, meaning you can look at something with the phone closed and then open it to continue browsing on the larger screen.
The fold will feature six cameras – three on the back, a dual front camera, and a single front camera. To power the
tablet phone is two batteries on each side of the fold, with a total battery capacity of 4,380 mAh.
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