Samsung Galaxy Fold Model inexpensive Model is on its way

As all know South Korean technology giant “Samsung” is prepared a ready roll out its much-awaited foldable mobile phone Galaxy Fold on September 6, a new report indicates that an inexpensive Galaxy Fold model just for $1,000 is under process. The existing Samsung Galaxy Fold handset is set to priced at almost $2000 this does not price that majority of people are ready to pay or is definitely not easy to buy for a larger class of the population.

Samsung Focusing on an inexpensive Galaxy Fold Model With 256 GB Storage

SamMobile reported on Friday, Now Samsung is intending to use a less expensive model for decreasing its cost with just 256GB of internal storage space this memory is actually half of the actual Galaxy Fold which offers at 512GB

“The new Galaxy Fold that’s currently being developed bears model number SM-F700F. We’re told that it will come with 256GB of internal storage, half of what the Galaxy Fold features. Little else is known about this device right now,” SamMobile wrote.

regarding the features and specifications, the Samsung Galaxy Fold includes a 7.3-inch main flexible AMOLED display screen with a secondary 4.6-inch screen. The Samsung Galaxy fold smartphone will be available with a 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core SoC, with 12GB of RAM and 512GB storage. On the backside, it provides a 16-megapixel, 12-megapixel, and 12-megapixel triple rear camera setup. the smartphone is also sported 10-megapixel selfies camera.

the company actually expected that it might manufacture millions of Galaxy Fold smartphones in the first year. Nevertheless, the first production amount of the handset is approximated be around as many as 20,000 to 30,000 devices.

The Samsung Galaxy Fold was presented at MWC 2019 in Barcelona back in February 2019. The company decided to release its first foldable smartphone on April 26, 2019, having a price of $1,980. but unfortunately, It skipped the initial plan and postponed the release to fix some technical problems noted by some testers.


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