Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G: Foldable and not as expensive as an iPhone

Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G: Foldable and not as expensive as an iPhone

It runs on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 processor and has a 4,000mAh battery.The phone is also features the company's first in-screen fingerprint recognition.With both the screens attached, the phone weighs 326 grams, heavier than Galaxy Fold's 276 grams.

Galaxy Watch 4G is the first smartwatch from Samsung with eSIM support in India. The Galaxy Fold was announced in February alongside the Galaxy S10 and this could be the case as well for W20 5G although it is a bit odd that the poster for the device has been spotted so early. As for the Galaxy Watch 4G the 46mm variant will be available at Rs 30,990, and the 42mm variant at Rs 28,490.

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The Watch Active2 steel comes in silver, black and gold finish at Rs 31,990 while the Watch Active2 aluminium comes in black, rose gold along with cloud silver finish at Rs 26,990. Our review unit arrived with a fibre cover, Samsung Galaxy Buds and even a year's Samsung Care+, giving you a year's cover against accidental damages. The eSIM will work with Airtel and Jio and will mirror the user's phone number. In addition to this, Galaxy Watch 4G comes with health and fitness features like different modes of exercise, food and water tracking, Spotify support and more. Galaxy Watch Active2 also comes wih the upgraded rotating touch bezel and One UI. The second is a 7.3-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 4.2:3. The Tab S6 comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.

The tab houses improved S Pen With built-in Bluetooth remote control, users can take selfies and videos spontaneously or scroll through multimedia content. The keyboard also comes with a trackpad. Although this time we're looking at the 12MP ultra-wide lens which is bumped up from the previous 8MP sensor. Having the option to call an expert when your very expensive phone has an issue, regardless of the day and hour, isn't something that Samsung invented.

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