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We’ve had the chance to play around with the Samsung Galaxy Fold back in February, but were unable to capture the device in images or videos.
Now, a new video showcases the Galaxy Fold in a non-controlled environment, that is, in an average consumer’s house.
YouTube channel phoneoftime handles the device on camera, detailing the phone’s chunky exterior, its two-panel design, and the screen up front.
The larger 7.3 inch foldable screen is also paraded, but one can easily see the crease where the display folds. It’s not clear if Samsung’s solved this issue in production units.
It’s seemingly an AT&T locked model, complete with OneUI running on Android 9.0 Pie.
Ultimately, it’s a lot chunkier than the Huawei Mate X, but it’s nonetheless an exciting time for smartphone fans.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold is expected to launch in the US next month, with a price tag coming in at slightly less than $2000.
Feature image: Samsung