The Samsung Galaxy Fold will be released soon (tomorrow, if you live in South Korea), but given that it is a very expensive phone priced at almost $2,000, we’re sure that many of you are hesitating on whether or not to pull the trigger and go ahead and purchase it. We totally get your trepidation, especially with a piece of tech that has yet to prove itself.
If you’re still trying to figure out whether or not the Galaxy Fold is the phone for you, you might be interested in checking out this official Galaxy Fold hands-on video that was released by Samsung. The video shows us what the phone will actually look like in real-life, in both its folded and unfolded states.
This should give you a good idea of what to expect if you were to buy it. Some of the features highlighted include app continuity, where using an app while the phone is folded will automatically change to the unfolded screen when the phone is open. It also shows off some of the multitasking capabilities of the phone, which we suppose is the advantage of having such a large screen.
Whether or not this video will translate to what customers will actually experience in real-life remains to be seen, but save for its bulky design, we have to say that we are pretty excited to see how it performs upon its release.