The Samsung Galaxy Fold is, without a doubt, one of the most exciting smartphones we've seen in a long time. It's one of the pioneers of what'll likely be a very exciting craze of foldable phones to come in the near future, and in order to pull off a device of this caliber, Samsung had to outfit it with the best specs around.
A gadget like the Galaxy Fold stands out because of its unique form factor and experience, not so much its processor, but it's still pretty impressive just how much bleeding-edge tech Samsung managed to cram into a phone like this.
Without further ado, here are all of the specs that make up the Samsung Galaxy Fold!
|Category||Samsung Galaxy Fold|
|Operating System||Android 9 Pie
Samsung One UI
2152 x 1536
720 x 1680
|Processor||7nm 64-bit octa-core
2.84GHz + 2.41GHz + 1.78GHz
|Cover Camera||10MP selfie camera
|Front Camera 1||10MP selfie camera
|Front Camera 2||8MP RGB depth camera
|Rear Camera 1||16MP ultra wide camera
|Rear Camera 2||12MP wide-angle camera
|Rear Camera 3||12MP telephoto camera
|Security||Capacitive fingerprint sensor
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax
|Battery||4,380 mAh (LTE model)
4,235 mAh (5G model)
|Charging||QuickCharge 2.0 wired charging
Fast Qi wireless charging
|Dimensions (Folded)||62.9 x 160.9 x 17.0mm|
|Dimensions (Unfolded)||117.9 x 160.9 x 7.5mm|
Carving a new category in the smartphone space.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold is really, really special. It's not the first foldable phone to be created, but it is the first to launch in the U.S. and easily one of the best we've yet to see. There are still some first-generation quirks, but for early adopters, there's nothing quite like the Galaxy Fold.
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