Samsung Galaxy Fold packs in the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core chipset paired along with 12GB RAM which kind-of means that it will strike a higher single and multi-core score on Geekbench. However, a listing on Geekbench 4 that appears with model number SM-F900F aka Galaxy Fold shows not-so-impressive scores.
According to the listing, Galaxy Fold scores 3,418 on its single-core test while just 9,703 points on its multi-core test which dictates that the Android Pie that comes out-of-the-box with this foldable device is far from being finalized even though it is just a month away from its April 26 release date in U.S. and South Korea. But there’s more to the story.
A hands-on video showcasing Samsung Galaxy Fold appeared on the internet originating from Vietnam with a shocking conclusion. It is not a secret that Samsung never allowed any media person to hold the Galaxy Fold during its first preview at the SDC 2018 in November and neither at the February 20th Unpacked event in San Francisco where the device was launched alongside Samsung Galaxy S10/S10e/S10+ and a 5G variant.
However, rumors stating that Samsung is finding it difficult to minimize the crease that falls right between the display where it folds into two caught fire. But a recent video showcasing the device shows exactly how bad the crease is on its foldable display.
The video shows how the display develops crease after several folds right in the middle of the device. It seems like Samsung hasn’t found out the way to fix the crease problem yet while Huawei Mate X made its entry a few weeks ago and it was readily available for masses to touch and use it. This adds a serious dent in a $1,480 investment which is the price tag on Galaxy Fold that makes it a luxury device presumably with a ‘flaw’. The video also shows Android Pie in action which is nowhere comprehensive as it is on smartphones. Stay hooked to True-Tech for more such content.
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