SAMSUNG’S Foldable Smartphone Will be Called the GALAXY FOLD

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SAMSUNG'S Foldable Smartphone Will be Called the GALAXY FOLD

Samsung is teasing its foldable phone ahead of its Galaxy S10 event tomorrow and while a full announcement is unlikely we might get to learn more about it there. The company gave us a glimpse of it in November last year but didn’t reveal its name.

Credible longtime leakster Evan Blass confirmed that this foldable Samsung phone will be officially called Galaxy Fold.

SAMSUNG'S Foldable Smartphone Will be Called the GALAXY FOLD

Galaxy Fold will feature two displays – one that measures 4.58-inch and the other that measures 7.3-inch. The smaller display will have a 21:9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 1960 x 840 pixels. This will sit on the outer cover of the phone. Inside, the larger display will be foldable and have a resolution of 2152 x 1536 pixels with an aspect ratio of 4.2:3

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For raw power, Galaxy Fold will run a Snapdragon 855 with 8 GB RAM. They will be fed by two batteries having a capacity of 2,190 mAh each (totaling to 4380mAh).

SAMSUNG'S Foldable Smartphone Will be Called the GALAXY FOLD

The Galaxy Fold is likely to run Android Pie with One UI layered on top and is rumored to cost over $2500.

We might know more about the Galaxy Fold tomorrow at Samsung’s Unpacked event. Stay tuned!

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