Samsung in gearing up to launch a new Galaxy A smartphone in India on September 11 and it is expected that the company would launch the Galaxy A50s. Samsung and Google also set up test labs in cities across the globe to work with partners and developers to test that their apps are optimized for the Galaxy Fold. Samsung may be getting ready to unveil an updated Galaxy Fold... but would you buy one following the fiasco?
It will retail at £1,900 and will come with wireless Galaxy Buds and a Galaxy Fold 5G Aramid case.
In this video, we'll give you a closer look at Samsung's first foldable smartphone. It will then roll out 4G and 5G variants to the United States and other European markets in the coming weeks. The Galaxy Fold has an internal foldable display to which apps can seamlessly transition from the external cover display.
The company says there will be "hundreds" of apps in the Google Play Store and the Galaxy Store. Besides, Samsung may also launch the Galaxy A30s alongside the Galaxy A50s, but this has not been confirmed yet.
Samsung is also launching the Galaxy Fold Premium Service, which offers customers access to Samsung support 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For this, the Galaxy Fold features a special built-in app-optimization technology that automatically converts the app's size and ratio to fit the display, with a tap of a button.
Sagar Kamble, Director of Product Management for Android at Google, said in the Samsung press release, "Together with ecosystem partners like Samsung, we have the opportunity to deliver an entirely new user experience that could transform the way we use our smartphones".
We have already mentioned that Samsung might introduce Galaxy A30s at the event alongside the Galaxy A50s.