It’s rumored the Samsung Galaxy Fold is currently produced in India. In other words, its launch is not around the corner. Seems the company could solve the problem related to the folding screen, and we’ll see the world’s first commercial folding screen smartphone soon.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold was released at the end of February this year. In mid-April, Samsung began accepting Galaxy Fold bookings, which cost $1980 overseas. The Samsung Galaxy Fold was originally planned to be launched in April this year, but was postponed due to screen defects. Jin Chengzhe, vice president of Samsung’s display business, said on June 17 that most of the folding screen problems have been resolved and Galaxy Fold is ready to go public.
Galaxy Fold Specs
As a reminder, the Galaxy Fold has two display screens. The phone is designed with a left and right fold-down design. The small AMOLED screen size is 4.6 inches with a screen aspect ratio of 21:9. The main screen size is 7.3 inches, and the screen aspect ratio is 4.2:3. In other words, when unfold, it can be used a regular tablet. In addition, the back of the machine is made of 3D curved glass material. The manufacturer offers four colors: quantum black, night fog silver, fairy green, and interstellar blue.
Finally, in terms of configuration, the Samsung Galaxy Fold will be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 flagship platform. Also, the latter will be accompanied by a 12GB memory + 512GB UFS 3.0 storage. On the front, the phone will carry a 10MP + 8MP dual camera. It has an aperture of F/2.2 and F/1.9. At the same time, the rear camera consists of a 16MP ultra wide-angle lens (aperture is F/2.2), a 12MP wide-angle lens (supports OIS), and a 12MP telephoto lens (supports OIS). The battery capacity is 4380mAh and the phone supports side fingerprint recognition.