This pricier, larger, and heavier Samsung foldable also comes with a significantly larger battery and a more extensive camera setup.More news: Blue Jays manager says weekend series against Phillies is postponed
Coming to the pricing, the base 6GB+128GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy M31s is priced at Rs 19,499, whereas, the highest 8GB+128GB model costs Rs 21,499. It is the first foldable smartphone with a foldable display. The triple-camera setup looks similar to the one on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series which is set to be announced alongside Galaxy Z Fold 2 through a virtual Galaxy Unpacked event on August 5. Features with a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 407ppi pixel density along with 420 nits of peak brightness and Gorilla Glass 3 camouflage. The Fold 2 will support 5G networks and is also expected to have a 4,356 mAh battery which will support 15W wireless and reverse-wireless charging.More news: Ontario Students & Teachers Will Wear Masks In Schools As Of September
In any case, more details should be revealed next week so be sure to check back with us on the 5th of August for the official information. Coming to the refresh rates, both displays might feature 120Hz Refresh Rate. To make things look futuristic they have even added Hole-Punch displays (Infinity-O Displays) in the device.More news: Iran's IRGC Launches Exercises Near Key Waterway For Oil Transport
According to a leaked image of a flier, Samsung Indonesia may be planning on giving out free Samsung Galaxy Buds Live or Galaxy Buds+ for pre-orders of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. We are completely sure about the 5G Network support and the device supports it. Previous forecasts called for "constrained" volumes through 2021, which means prospective Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G buyers may want to be on the lookout for a pre-order start and get the device as early as possible to avoid potentially massive delays down the line.