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NEW DELHI: Consumer electronics giant Samsung teased the launch of its foldable smartphone — Galaxy Z Fold 5G last month at the company’s first virtual event — Galaxy Unpacked 2020. However, the company has now confirmed the Unpacked Part 2 virtual event.
Samsung has announced that it will launch the Galaxy Z Fold 5G at the company’s Galaxy Unpacked Part 2 virtual event scheduled to take place on September 1. The company started sending out global invites which read, “Join us on September 1 for Galaxy Z Fold2: Unpacked Part 2 to explore in-depth the groundbreaking features of the Galaxy Z Fold2 Event will be available at Samsung.com and news.samsung.com at 10 a.m. ET.”
The foldable smartphone packs a 7.6-inch edge-to-edge Infinity O display, which is expected to come with a 120Hz refresh rate. On the other hand, the smartphone also features a 6.2-inch Infinity-O cover display.
The device sports a triple rear camera setup and a punch-hole camera for selfies. The company has used its Ultra-Thin Glass which was also used in the previous generation of Fold. The smartphone is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor.
Meanwhile, Samsung’s UK website has already started taking pre-orders for the Galaxy Z Fold 5G for 1,799 euros (Rs 1,54,744). The device will start shipping from September 17.
Recently, Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ in India. Claiming it to be one of the most powerful Android tablets, the new Tab S7 and S7+ aim to offer PC-level productivity with an improved keyboard experience and S-Pen capabilities. The company has priced the Galaxy Tab S7 Wi-Fi variant at Rs 55,999 and it is available for purchase on Reliance Retail and Samsung Shop. On the other hand, the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ LTE variants are priced at Rs 63,999 and Rs 79,999 respectively and they will be available at select retail outlets, Samsung Shop, Amazon and Flipkart.

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