Samsung Sends Galaxy Fold To Celebs, Thier Reaction Video Surfaces, Check Out How They Felt With The Foldable

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What would be your first reaction/review of the Samsung Galaxy Fold?

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

The foldable Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone reached the hands of multiple celebs whose reactions have been captured on a video that is no doing rounds on the web. At this point in time, the Galaxy Fold is only a few days before being launched for the public.

Here, if you are amongst the public eagerly anticipating the arrival of the Galaxy Fold, then it is only worth watching the video containing the first reaction of celebrities. Remember that these reactions need not be positive all the time, people are free to express their own thoughts the way those are.

As per Samsung, celebs here included the likes of Mario Gotze, Steve Aoki, Millie Bobby Brown, Ninja, Jeanne Damas - who all received the Galaxy Fold and resorted to recording their reactions upon receiving and unboxing the smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Fold impresses with its foldability of the display, but there are other technical specifications that could potentially complement the foldable nature of the smartphone:

  • 7.3-inch screen
  • Android 9.0 (Pie) operating system
  • 64-bit octa-core SoC
  • 10MP front camera, and an 8MP RGB depth snapper
  • 12MP telephoto camera, 12MP wide-angle camera  and 16MP ultra-wide cameras respectively
  • 12GB RAM
  • 512GB fixed internal storage
  • LTE, HSPA, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi, and USB 3.1 connectivity
  • 4380 mAh battery.

In related updates, there are rumours about a plethora of other foldable smartphone s- from various other brands - speculated to offer different foldability types. Check out one such purported foldable smartphone here.

Also Read: Samsung Rumoured To Have Additional Foldable Smartphones, In Addition To Galaxy Fold

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Fold Durability: How Many Times Could You Fold The Smartphone

Also Read: Purported Xiaomi Folding Smartphone Surfaces In Video, Could Offer Unique “Double Folding” Design

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