Published: Tue, September 10, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G is landing on EE this month

Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G is landing on EE this month

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You can find out more information about the new Samsung Galaxy Fold over at Samsung at the link below.

The company has posted a teaser video revealing that one of the Galaxy A series smartphones will be launched in India.

Samsung worked with both Google and Android developers in order for "hundreds" of apps to be optimized for the Galaxy Fold, with the likes of Amazon Prime Video, Facebook, Spotify and Twitter all joining the fray.

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EE is the exclusive network partner for the phone so that's the network you'll have to go with if you want to buy it on contract, but that's not necessarily a bad thing, since as the first United Kingdom network to launch 5G, EE could be well positioned to help you get the most out of Samsung's first foldable.

In the past 18 months, Samsung has set up test facilities around the world to encourage developers in the Android ecosystem to ensure that their apps are sufficiently modified for the foldable experience. Also available will be VSCO and App in the Air. Galaxy Fold is now ready for relaunch towards the end of September and well, Samsung touts that the foldable will ship with support for a myriad of optimized apps. The forthcoming Samsung Galaxy A50s will also be shipped with in-display fingerprint sensor and USB Type C port. The Galaxy A20s is expected to be a budget entry-level device and it only supports 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth.

With Android 10, we can expect improved resizable activities, multi-resume feature and Android Emulator to support multiple-display switching.

Samsung highlights features like App Continuity and Multi-Active Window that arose out of its collaboration with Google. Well, the Korean tech giant says it began development way back in April 2018 and collaborated with Google, other app partners and Android developers.

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