Samsung Galaxy Fold goes out of stock within 30 minutes of sale

Samsung Galaxy Fold

Samsung has reportedly sold over 1600 Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphones within 30 minutes of the start of the sale in India. The pre-order started on the Samsung online store and the product page was tagged as sold out within 30 minutes. The company had placed a limit of 1600 units for the first flash sale and the bookings are now closed.

According to reports, customers had paid the full amount of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which approximates Rs 164999 and will have to wait for another 20 days to receive the product. The interesting point to note is that customers will have access to dedicated technical support, who will address all queries. Moreover, customers will receive a one-year Infinity Flex Display Protection.

The Samsung Galaxy Fold features a 4.6-inch dynamic AMOLED Infinity Flex display with an ability to extend up to 7.3-inch when unfolded. Moreover, the display is showered with a P-OLED display, which gives you immersive working experience. Talking about the performance, the Galaxy Fold is embedded with a Snapdragon 855 processor and a massive 12GB RAM and 512GB internal storage.

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is integrated with 6 cameras and is pre-loaded with One UI based on Android 9 operating platform. The product package is bundled with Galaxy Buds and Aramid Fiber case. The company hs manufactured the case in such a way that it withstand pressure.

On the optics front, the Samsung Galaxy Fold comprises of triple camera comprising of 16MP ultra-wide, 12MP wide-angle and 12MP telephoto sensors respectively. The front-facing camera consists of a 10MP sensor coupled with 10MP primary and 8MP depth sensors respectively. The smartphone borrows power via the embedded 4380mAh battery with support for Wireless PowerShare technology.

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