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  • Samsung unveils a foldable phone that morphs into a tablet

    Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Fold, a phone that bends into a tablet.

    When its folded, the phone has a 4.6 inch display. Once it's opened, it boasts a 7.3 inch screen.

    It has two batteries, one on each side of the device, and six cameras.

    When using an app like Google Maps on the smaller screen, you can open it up to see a bigger more detailed version of the map.

    The device lets you multi-task on the bigger screen. Users can do things like text friends, search for something on Google and watch a YouTube video simultaneously.

    Release date

    The Galaxy Fold is expected to hit stores on April 26.


    The Galaxy Fold has six cameras – three on the back, two on the inside and one on its frontThe device has 12 GB of RAM capable of “PC-like performance,” 512 GB of storage, wireless charging capabilities and a fingerprint scanner that unlocks only for its owner.

    Price tag

    The base model of the Samsung Galaxy Fold costs $1,980, making it one of the most expensive smartphones on the market today. Models with additional features will carry an even steeper price tag.

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