Samsung explains why Galaxy Fold’s innie is better than an outie

Samsung explains why Galaxy Fold’s innie is better than an outie

DJ Koh, however, did not mention any specific launch date for the Galaxy Fold but confirmed that an Indian launch will certainly happen.

Ming-Chi Kuo, a name that usually associates with Apple predictions, is providing sales predictions for the Galaxy S10 series.

Teardown experts iFixit got their hands on the Samsung Galaxy S10, the bigger Galaxy S10 Plus and the more affordable Galaxy S10e, and gave all three the traditional treatment.

Ironically, Samsung is tipped to be working on a foldable phone similar to Huawei's, despite professing its faith in the Galaxy Fold's design. In it he ups his prediction for the Galaxy S10 sales to 40 to 45 million, instead of the earlier 30-35 million.

A hike in shipments is also cited as increased demand for high-end smartphones, especially in China and growth in trade-in programs.

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While speaking to select media personnel at the event in New Delhi yesterday, he said that "Indian market is, I clearly said, most important market - not only investment and everything, my long-term commitment is towards the market". The company started taking pre-orders for the new S10 on February 21, but closed 10 days later because it ran out of stock. Apple is rumored to introduce triple cameras with its 2019 flagship.

New additions to the series include a Wireless PowerShare and in-display Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner (only on Galaxy S10+ and S10).

The device with the outward folding design was originally competing with the Fold to be the first to debut before Samsung chose to go with the inward folding approach. It sets the Samsung flagship apart from iPhones, which use the Face ID facial recognition system.

Mr Sabbagh said the UAE is the best-performing market for Samsung in the region, but he expects more growth in Oman this year. One of the designs is the complete opposite of this, folding outwards.

Galaxy S10+ would be available in 1TB, 512GB and 128GB storage variants for Rs 1,17,900, Rs 91,900 and Rs 73,900, respectively.

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