Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S10 series last month at an event in San Francisco. Along with the trio of new devices – Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e, the Korean giant also unveiled its first foldable device – Galaxy Fold. It is slated for launch in the upcoming few months. Recently, Galaxy Fold arrived at Geekbench scoring considerable score against single and multiple core tests.
Samsung Galaxy Fold code-named SM-900F appeared on the Geekbeanch featuring Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SOC. Samsung Galaxy Fold has scored 3418 points in a single core test while it hit 9703 points with multiple core test. It is an average score for a device running on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Soc with 12 GB RAM. From the software point of view, it appears Samsung still have to optimize its features before its official launch on April 26.
Despite its physical design, the company didn’t reveal any other details at the Unpacked event. We expect some more details to surface soon in the upcoming few weeks. Samsung is expected to carry 12 GB RAM with 512GB internal storage. There will be a triple rear camera module consisting of 12 MP wide lens, 12 MP telephoto lens, and 16 MP ultra-wide lens. For selfies, the device would carry a dual camera of 12MP+16MP of the camera on the front side.
Let’s wait and watch for official launch before landing into speculations about Galaxy Fold.