You probably have seen this. One of the notable devices from Samsung’s launch is this foldable phone called Galaxy Fold.
You know right? Tell us, do you really think this device is reliable?
Samsung Galaxy Fold: Is It Really Worth Buying For $1980?
We put it simply – Galaxy Fold is specifically cool but ergonomically infeasible. It’s just like two individual phones attached to each other and when folded, gets one.
By videos, we can see it’s delicately handled and opening in a not-so-good way. Everyone’s expecting foldable phones, but they aren’t ready yet. Upon handling the first-ever foldable phone, Royole Flexpai seemed unpleasant and was even negatively opined by critics for its inflexibility.
But the Galaxy Fold seemed somewhat better. It hasn’t shown such discouraging movements, but okay. Bodily aside, Galaxy Fold was embedded with some high-end specs which at least justify its price tag.
Coming with 12GB RAM and 512GB ROM, it sports a 7.3″ AMOLED display when opened and a 4.6″ display when closed. With the 1536×2152p resolution, it has a 16:10 and 21:9 aspect ratios. It runs on Android 9.0 and maybe Samsung’s bloatware One UI. It’s equipped with Adreno 630 GPU and Snapdragon’s latest processor 855, which supports 5G connectivity.
Cameras include a triple rear setup of 12MP (f/1.5) + 12MP (f/2.4) + 16MP (f/2.2) and the front comprises a dual-setup of 10MP (f/2.2) + 8MP (f/1.9) with cover camera of 10MP (f/2.2).
It has the fingerprint sensor side-mounted and options like VoLTE, WiFi, NFC, GPS, Bluetooth 5.0 and USB 3.1 within.
Under the hood, there’s a 4380mAh battery with 18W support for fast charging and reversible connector.
Available in Silver, Black, Green and Blue variants and will be sold only in the USA, as said by Samsung.
Specs seemed reasonable but is it really handy? Think and let us know.