The new Samsung Galaxy Fold was unveiled last week at Samsung’s Unpacked event, but the company didn’t allow any press to get hands-on time with the device. Now, Samsung has uploaded its own hands-on video of the phone which walks us through the phone’s design and functionality. The issue is that Samsung forgot to give us a voiceover narrative and actually tell us anything in the video. The only audio you will hear is the sound of the phone opening and closing and the camera shutter.
Take a look at the video and let us know what you think.
Despite the lack of audio or background music, the Samsung Galaxy Fold hands-on video does give us the best look we’ve had so far of the phone’s hinge mechanism with the phone folding and unfolding several times. We’re also given a closer look at some of the unique software features which are enabled by the large display on the inside of the Galaxy Fold as well.
Based on what we’ve seen here, the Samsung Galaxy Fold is a good looking device, but it is definitely quite thick. It’ll be interesting to see how many people will be willing to pay the premium that Samsung is demanding for this phone while sacrificing the slim end elegant designs we’ve become used to over the past few years.