Samsung Galaxy Fold once again officially on the market
We all know everything about the Samsung Galaxy Fold fiasco from earlier this year. The phone is now redesigned and is once again officially on the market. This time, the phone comes with “improved design and construction”, but Samsung also “took the time to rethink the entire consumer journey”. This includes 5G-ready devices and 24/7 access to Samsung support.
The overall design of the Galaxy Fold has remained the same as the original version. It comes with a 7.3” Infinity Flex Display and a 4.6” Super AMOLED panel on the outside. Samsung has finally fixed the hinge and the protective layer of the flexible screen.
In order to protect the inside of the phone from dust and other particles, there is now a rubbery protection covering the hinge. In addition, the protective layer on top that protects the digitizer from scratches now goes beyond the edges. It is now virtually impossible to accidentally peel it.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold in total has six cameras. The manufacturer has kept them unchanged since, with them, everything was fine. They are largely the same as in the Galaxy S10+. Hardware-wise, the phone is still the same. It is powered by the Snapdragon 855, paired with 12 GB RAM and 512 GB of internal storage.
The Galaxy Fold will arrive in South Korea tomorrow, with other countries to follow shortly, including France, Germany, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The official press release doesn’t say anything about the price. We don’t expect it to change much, and it will probably stay at 2,000€.