Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone was launched in February 2019. The phone comes with a 7.30-inch touchscreen primary display with a resolution of 1536×2152 pixels. It also features a 4.60-inch touchscreen as its second display, with a resolution of 840×1960 pixels.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold is one of the most exciting smartphones of 2019, and we’ve finally been able to get our hands on the foldable phone – previously, we’d only been able to see it on stage during its launch, and at a distance and behind thick glass.
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Samsung believes the Galaxy Fold has the most intuitive form factor for a foldable phone, with the screen folding in on itself to provide protection, much like
Open up the Galaxy Fold fully to reveal the 7.3-inch display and the 20-part, dual-axis hinge locks into place, preventing you from over-extending the display past 180 degrees.
The fingerprint sensor is located on the right edge of the lower half of the device when it’s closed, falling nicely under thumb or finger, and so it remains in that position when the phone is unfolded. The sensor also acts as a Bixby launch button when pressed, jumping you straight into Samsung’s smart assistant.
Lots of cameras
Samsung packs the Galaxy Fold with six cameras. It starts with a triple camera setup on the rear that’s similar to the Galaxy S10 Plus. There’s a main 12-MP wide-angle camera, a 12-MP telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom and a 16-MP ultra-wide camera that’s good for capturing landscapes and panorama shots.
When closed, the front camera on the Galaxy Fold features a 10-MP selfie camera. And, when unfolded, the front right side of the Fold sports both a 10-MP selfie camera and 8-MP RGG depth camera, which will come in handy for taking portraits with bokeh effects.
Interface and performance
There are various ways you can use the Samsung Galaxy Fold. When closed, the ‘phone mode’ provides one-handed operation for tasks such as calls and music playback. Advertisement.
The 4.6-inch display operates like that of a regular smartphone, so apps and games work as you’d expect, although with a bigger screen just a quick unfold away, working on the smaller screen can feel cramped.
Perform the same action to bring up the app menu again, and tap the third choice, and this app will then take up a quarter of the display, below the second app which is also reduced in size to 25.
Galaxy Fold Color options
The Galaxy Fold will come in four colors, including Space Silver, Cosmos Black, Martian Green, and Astro Blue. However, the blue color may not be available in all regions.
CPU, RAM and storage
The Galaxy Fold will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 processor and a whopping 12GB of RAM. You’ll also get 512GB of storage on board, which is a lot but less than the 1TB available on the highest-end configuration of the Galaxy S10 Plus.
The Galaxy Fold has two batteries that combine to offer a robust capacity of 4,380 mAh. That’s more than what you’ll find on the Galaxy S10 Plus, which has a 4,100 mAh battery. On our battery test, the S10 Plus lasted an epic 12 hours and 35 minutes, but it also has a smaller display at 6.4 inches. We’ll have to see how the Galaxy Fold measures up.
Samsung Galaxy Fold – Full phone specifications
|Starting Price ||$1,980|
|OS||Android 9.9 with One UI|
|CPU ||Snapdragon 855|
|External display (closed)||4.6 inches (HD+)|
|Main display||7.3 inches (QXGA+)|
|Rear cameras||12-MP wide-angle (f/1.5 to f/2.4); 12-MP telephoto (f/2.4); 16-MP ultra-wide (f/2.2)|
|Front camera (closed)||10-MP selfie (f/2.2)|
|Front camera (open)||10-MP selfie (f/2.2); 8-MP RGB depth (f/1.9)|
|Fingerprint sensor||Power button|
|Colors||Space Silver, Cosmos Black, Martian Green and Astro Blue|
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