Samsung Galaxy Fold to Launch in India Today: Expected Price, Specifications, More

Samsung Galaxy Fold to Launch in India Today: Expected Price, Specifications, More

Samsung Galaxy Fold has a large 7.3-inch display when unfolded

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  • Samsung Galaxy Fold has a small 4.60-inch display in folded state
  • Samsung warns that the display should be handled carefully
  • The event will begin at 12 noon IST
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  • Samsung Galaxy Fold price in India, launch event timings, availability
  • Samsung Galaxy Fold specifications
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  • Samsung Galaxy Fold

Samsung Galaxy Fold is set to launch in India today, after the company made it available in the US last week. The foldable phone, a first-of-its-kind from the company, comes with a tablet-sized screen when unfolded, and a secondary small screen in folded state. The pricing and availability of the phone will be announced at the Samsung Galaxy Fold launch event, and it certainly won’t be cheap. If the US price of Samsung’s troubled foldable phone is to be considered, the Galaxy Fold might be priced over Rs. 1,40,000 in India.

Samsung Galaxy Fold price in India, launch event timings, availability

The Samsung Galaxy Fold launch event in India will begin at 12pm (noon) IST today.The event will detail the pricing and availability of the foldable phone in the Indian market. We can presume that the phone will not be cheap, and will be sold at select retail outlets only. It should extend the Galaxy Fold Premier Service for its top-tier customers in India as well. This service looks to help you in the event of any mishap with the ‘delicate’ phone, and it includes 24×7 online support and one-on-one interaction with Samsung’s support personnel.

To recall, Samsung unveiled the foldable device at Unpacked 2019 earlier this year, and priced it at $1,980 (roughly Rs. 1,41,300). We can expect the Samsung Galaxy Fold to be at least as much as the US pricing, if not more. The Samsung Galaxy Fold launch was delayed after early reviewers saw their units damaged after peeling off an important film on the display, rendering the phone unusable. The company said that the foldable phone needed more improvement before it is launched commercially. Now, after much delay, the phone is ready for commercial use, and is being launched in varied markets.