Last week Samsung hosted its Unpacked event where it showcased its lineup of new Galaxy devices. The most anticipated part of the event though was the reveal of the Galaxy Fold, Samsung’s first foldable device. Samsung also unveiled its S10 lineup at the event.
The Galaxy Fold
The Galaxy Fold has some impressive specs. The main display, which as seen above opens like a book, is a 7.3″ QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED. Samsung mentioned that the hinge has been engineered in such a way that it, along with the Infinity Flex display, is able to handle hundreds of thousands of folds and unfolds. The internal display will allow multi-tasking up to 3 different applications. The small and large screen will work together to allow users to transition from one to the another with ease.
The Galaxy Fold will have a 64-bit 7nm processor with 8 cores. It has 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. The Galaxy Fold has two batteries (to balance the weight) totally 4,380mAh. It has 6 cameras (three on the back, one front, and two inside. First, the three cameras on the back are a 16MP ultra wide camera, 12MP wide-angle camera, and a 12MP telephoto camera. Secondly, the camera on the front is a 10MP selfie camera. Lastly, the remaining two cameras on the inside are a 10MP selfie camera and an 8MP depth camera.
The Galaxy Fold will carry a hefty price tag retailing at $1,980. It will be available on April 26 but is going to be extremely limited.
Samsung S10 Line Up
The S10 family has 4 different models: the S10, S10+, S10E, S10 5G. First, the S10 has a 6.1″ display, one front facing selfie camera, and three rear facing cameras. Moreover, the S10+ has a 6.4″ display, two front facing selfie cameras, and three rear facing cameras. Both phones will have 128GB and 512GB storage options. The S10E will feature a 5.8″ screen, a single selfie camera and only two rear facing cameras. It is designed to be the more affordable of the lineup. Lastly, the S10 5G will sport a 5.7″ display, and be able to run on the new 5G networks coming online. It will be exclusively on Verizon first, but will roll out to AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
The prices follow: S10 $900, S10+ $1,000, S10E $750 and the S10 5G’s price has not been released at the time of this writing. Check out the video below for more information on the Galaxy S10 lineup.
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