Samsung has launched Galaxy Fold in the Indian market. It has been introduced for Rs 1,64,999. This is the company's first smartphone that has been introduced with foldable technology. This phone has been launched in a very high range, in such a situation, only those users will be able to buy it, whose budget is very high. The company has said about this phone that we have changed the size of this phone. Its price is Rs 1,64,999. Pre-bookings for this will start from October 4. At the same time, it will be delivered from October 20. This carbon fibre case, wireless Galaxy Buds and the fast charger have been introduced.
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Features of Samsung Galaxy Fold: It is a foldable smartphone. It has a display of 7.3 inches which comes with a dynamic AMOLED panel. At the same time, the second display whose pixel resolution is 1536x2152. Talking about the other display, it comes with a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED panel. Its pixel resolution is 840x1960. It has been made available in Space Silver and Cosmos Black Color. It has strong RAM which is 12 GB. Apart from this, 512 GB of storage is provided. If seen, this storage will be enough for anyone.
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The company has provided 6 camera sensors in the phone for photography lovers. It has a triple rear camera. Its primary sensor is 12 megapixels, which comes with a wide-angle lens and dual aperture. At the same time, the second is a 12-megapixel telephoto lens and the third is a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle. Talking about its front camera, it has a 10-megapixel front camera. When this phone will be unfolded, two cameras have also been given inside it. It has a sensor of 10 megapixels and the second sensor is 8 megapixels. To give power to the phone, a 4380 mAh battery has been provided. Intelligent battery management has been made available to reduce power consumption.
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