Samsung introduces its next gen foldable smartphone – the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G
Samsung unveils the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, the latest addition to its next generation of foldable devices. This phone contains enhanced refinements and innovations like no other for customers who enjoy experiencing cutting edge technology.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G takes pride in its larger cover screen and main screen. Is combines a well-crafted design and intuitive features for a unique mobile experience, while staying relevant for everyday life usage. It features a bold, premium design and high-end engineering, which Canadians can use with two immersive displays on one mobile phone.
Some of its features include:
- Refined Design: Its portable and foldable screen and features were possible through the Ultra-Thin Glass technology. It has a large 6.2″ front screen that provides one-handed comfort that opens to an expansive 7.6″ Dynamic AMOLED screen bringing you a premium cinematic display that fits in your pocket.
- Flex Viewing: Because of its cutting-edge Hideaway Hinge, users can fold the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G in different angles that allows flexible ways to watch shows or make video calls without needing any stands or accessories.
- Enhanced Multitasking: With its Multi-Active Window, it allows users the premium power to navigate, drag and drops, and work simultaneously on three apps utilizing its expansive main display. Indeed, a mobile workspace.
The Galaxy Z Fold2 5G is already available for pre-order in Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black for $2,779.99 (regular price) at Samsung.com/ca and in Samsung Experience Stores across Canada and will be available for purchase starting September 18, 2020.
For more information about the Samsung GalaxyZ Fold2 visit samsung.ca.
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