After delaying the release of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, Samsung has finally released the long-awaited smartphone, that has been described by many as the "cutting-edge." The device is expected to hit the European and Asian markets on the 18th of September 2019. The first country to experience the new Samsung Galaxy Fold was Korea, and this took place on the 6th of September 2019. The US markets, will, however, be required to wait a little longer since Samsung has not stated when the device will be ready for purchase. The good news, however, is the fact that the long wait won't go beyond September.
For a device that bends, you would expect it to provide you with the best services for more extended periods. This is the same principle applied by the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The mobile device has metal elements under its screen, which give the mobile phone a sturdier appearance, and the peace of mind that the owner prefers. A new addition that would suit most users is the 5G network. However, it remains unclear whether buyers based in Australia and the US will be able to purchase a 5G-enabled mobile phone. However, those based in the UK will be able to buy the 5G variant device.
Additionally, Samsung has also fixed the screen by adding an extended protective layer which goes beyond the bezels, strengthened the top and bottom of the device, and reinforced the edges for maximum protection against debris. With the previous version, it was easy to peel off this screen cover, but with the newer version, this screen protector is here to stay.
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