And it has a price tag to match.
The Galaxy Fold is Samsung’s first foldable phone, detailed today during Samsung’s Unpacked event in San Francisco earlier this morning.
Priced at a whopping $1,980 USD (or around $2,800 AUD) the device is 7.3 inches when unfolded and 4.6 inches. The pricey piece of tech sports 12GB of RAM, batteries on each side of the phone’s folds and six cameras in total — 3 on the back, 1 on the front and 2 on its insides. Each of the rear cameras are at least 12 megapixes, with one 16 megapixel ultra wide lens to boot.
The phone also sports 512GB of internal memory and doesn’t have the ability to add extra storage through microSD.
For more on the Galaxy Fold, head here.
At the same event, Samsung also detailed the Galaxy S10. Starting at $900 USD, the phone has a 6.1 inch screen at 2960×1440 resolution, either 128 or 512GB of internal storage (and does support additional storage through microSD) and 8GH RAM.
For more on the Galaxy S10, head here.
What do you make of Samsung’s newest offerings?