Samsung Galaxy Fold To Go On Sale On 6th September, But Not In India!

The excruciating wait is finally over and Samsung Galaxy Fold is all set to be launched tomorrow! Initially, it’ll be available in Korea starting September 6 and will be followed by launches in France, Germany, UK, US and Singapore.

Samsung Galaxy Fold
Via: The Straits Times

However, India will have to wait a little longer for it to be available here. That’s okay, we are very tolerant people!

What’s New?

Samsung Galaxy Fold is equipped with a massive 7.3-inch Infinity Flex display and a secondary 4.3-inch HD+ Super AMOLED display at the front. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and paired with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, the device is sure gonna leave you drooling!
Although the Indian variant is expected to feature an Exynos 9825 SoC, the confirmation is yet to come on that one.

Via: MSPoweruser

Photography Enthusiasts, Pay Attention!

The phone comes with a total of 6 camera sensors including a 10MP selfie camera on the cover, a 10+8MP setup on the top right corner of the inner flexible display while the back panel sports a triple sensor setup of 12MP variable aperture lens, 16MP ultra-wide sensor and a 12MP telephoto lens.
Woah! That sure is a lot to take in! A treat to all the photographers out there.

Samsung Galaxy Fold
Via: Tech Radar

How Much Does It Cost?

Powered by 4,380 mAh battery that supports the 15W fast wireless and wired charging, it is for sure going to cost you a fortune! It is expected to launch at $1,980 in the US which means that in India it could be launched somewhere around ₹1,40,000.
Damn, as if the new traffic rules weren’t enough!

Pragati Pal
I am an Engineer by degree and a creative content writer by profession. I am an avid reader and Sarcasm is my forte.

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