Samsung shares details on the Galaxy Fold software experience

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Samsung Galaxy Fold will run 'hundreds' of optimised apps at launch

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is available in Korea and should soon arrive in other regions of the world later this month. Announced back in February, it was subject to numerous delays, but it's finally nearly here as it's landing in the United Kingdom on September 18th and EE is set to stock it.

Samsung, the South Korean phone maker is all set to launch a new smartphone under Galaxy A-series, which is likely to be called as Galaxy A50s.

Unlike Samsung with its software support from Google, Huawei will launch the Mate 30 without key Google apps such as Gmail, Maps, and YouTube due to sanctions imposed by Washington, creating a disadvantage in competition.

Those screens are paired with 12GB of RAM, a top-end chipset, 512GB of storage, a big 4,235mAh battery, and a whopping six cameras.

Can I buy one, Samsung?

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"We didn't just build new category-defining hardware, we worked with major partners to design and deliver a brand-new mobile experience and foster an ecosystem that gives users access to the best applications and services", said ES Chung, EVP and Head of Software and AI, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. Despite their incredible design and massive displays, foldable smartphones are not that great without having access to many apps that actually utilize their special displays.

If the Samsung Galaxy Fold is going to be any sort of success, it won't just be because the phone is a way for Samsung to showcase the advancements they have made in phone technology and manufacturing.

As far as the specifications are concerned, the new Galaxy A50s will feature a FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity U display along with resolution of 1080X2340 pixels. It lists Amazon Prime Video, iHeartRadio, App in the Air, and even Microsoft Office as those apps and partners that have gotten on the train.

Samsung highlights features like App Continuity and Multi-Active Window that arose out of its collaboration with Google.

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