The South Korean company Samsung officially unveiled the foldable phone at its event ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ in San Francisco on Wednesday. Much of what had been rumoured has come true. The RAM, for example, as predicted, is a whopping 12GB and the storage 512GB with no provision for a microSD card slot. The primary display when fully spread out is 7.3 inches and in the folded condition, it’s 4.6 inches.
The device draws power from two batteries, which had also been talked about earlier. The two batteries are placed on the two folds of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which is the name given to the phone. Samsung will sell this phone in two versions, 4G and 5G. The other significant factor with this new foldable phone is the presence of a total of six cameras in it.
The main rear camera setup has three shooters of 16MP, 12MP and 16MP in that order. The inside of the foldable phone feature two more cameras, 10MP and 8MP and the front camera for selfies is 10MP in size. To be released in four colours, the Samsung Galaxy Fold will be priced as high as $1980. The phone’s sales begin only on April 26, 2019.