TENAA approval: Samsung Galaxy Fold to launch in China

Samsung Galaxy Fold to launch in China. More than a month has passed, since Samsung took off the futuristic folding smartphone and the very first folding device called the Galaxy Fold to release on April 26th. If there are any signs in previous reports, Fold may get very limited distribution, and it still seems that the device will only be offered in the US by AT & T and T – Mobile.

What is revealed?

Well, there are signs that Fold will be sold in China, as it has already received approval from the country’s TENAA regulator. List Galaxy Fold (SM-F9000) to TENAA did not disclose everything you need to know about Fold, even ordinary image. This is not a cause for concern as we already have detailed specifications as well as practical images of the device.

Galaxy Fold is Samsung’s leap into the future of the smartphone. Call it a smartphone or tablet, you’re on the verge – Galaxy Fold is both a smartphone and a tablet. The expanded tablet allows you to view the contents on a 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Dynamic AMOLED display, and the phone is folded with a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED screen with a cover. There’s no exact footprint, but it is understanding that it is about 50% thinner than the usual smartphone display.

The device comes with 4275mAh which is charged via USB type C port with charging support. It comes with 6 cameras: 1 on the cover, 3 on the back and 2 on the front, and they have the exact configuration we see on galaxy S10 phones, although there is a slight difference on the S10 5G.

Galaxy Fold runs on the Android Pie with the Samsung ‘s new One UI interface on top, and under the hood, the Fold is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB without the possibility of expansion.

Price and when to expect?

Galaxy Fold is not cheap, in fact, its price is twice as much as one of the most expensive iPhone and Galaxy Note 9. The official price of a Fold outside the contract is 1,980 dollars, although there are special prices on the Chinese market that is yet to be confirmed.

Source: Tenaa

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