After years of rumors and leaks, Samsung Galaxy Fold announced at MWC 2019. Foldable smartphones were in rumors and in development for many years, with each passing year suggesting that we will have them this year or by the end of this year. After showcasing the demo at MWC, it was said to go on sale in April. But it was delayed because its display has many issues and broke in hands of reviewers. Later the issues were addressed and made available in market in September.
Samsung Electronic’s president Young Sohn said during an event in Berlin that “there’s a million people that want to use their product at $2,000 each.” He then followed up to clarify that the company claims to have sold 1 million units of the Galaxy Fold.
However, the Galaxy Fold sales are far behind the Galaxy S10 series which has achieved 16 million sales from March 2019 to May 2019. To achieve maximum sales figures, they will have to wait. As the Galaxy Fold phones are ultra-expensive, and people won’t be ready to immediately buy the phone.
or those who are unaware, the Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone went on sale in September this year, months later than originally planned. Samsung canceled its original launch plans and went back to the drawing board, strengthening the phone’s design and revising parts of it to make it less prone to breakage.
To recall, the Galaxy Fold launched with a 7.3-inch primary and a 4.6-inch secondary display. Under the hood, it is powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC, paired with 12 GB RAM and 512 GB storage. It comes with triple rear cameras, dual front cameras, 4,380 mAh battery and Android 9 Pie. The handset is available in Space Silver and Cosmos Black colors. For details please visit here.