You Can Pre-Order Samsung Galaxy Fold In India Starting Today

Aadhya Khatri - Apr 12, 2019


You Can Pre-Order Samsung Galaxy Fold In India Starting Today

Samsung Galaxy Fold is available for reservation two weeks before its official launching date

You can pre-order Samsung Galaxy Fold, which comes at the price of $2,000, on the 12th of April in India, about two weeks before the official releasing date. Samsung also said that people who signed up for updates on the company’s foldable phone would be sent an invitation to pre-order the new phone on the 12th of April.

This new cutting-edge model from Samsung has the asking price of at least $1,980 and can be found on AT&T, T-Mobile, Best Buy, and Samsung Experience from the 26th of April, 14 days after the pre-order date.

Users who intend to reserve for a Galaxy Fold can go on to Samsung’s official page, find the new phone, and then press the “Sign Up” button. What you have to do next is entering your zip code, email, name, and some other personal information.

The Galaxy Folds Tktkt

This new cutting-edge model from Samsung has the asking price of at least $1,980

Samsung Galaxy Fold is revealed in February with the Galaxy S10. It is the company’s product in answer to the foldable phone trend that some other phone makers are also interested in. The phone will have a 4.6-inch screen when being folded, but when unfolded, it becomes a tablet measuring 7.3 inches. The phone will be fueled by two batteries, which offers 4,380 mAh, RAM of 12GB, which is higher than many other smartphones.

Samsung also demonstrated what the phone can do and how some apps can work on both the mobile phone and the tablet mode. For example, if users are using Google Maps and want a better look at it, they can unfold the phone and get what they want without disrupting the operation of the Maps.

Google Fold Map

Google Maps' transition from phone to tablet mode is smooth

However, no one other than Samsung’s representatives has had the chance to have hands-on experience with the phone. The phone has not yet been released, but Bloomberg reported that the company was working to make the phone more durable after a crease was spotted forming in the middle of the phone, which is believed to be visible after 10,000 folding times.

Ever since Samsung announced its foldable phone, some other phone makers have followed suit, including Huawei and Xiaomi

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