The Samsung Galaxy Fold, the company’s first foldable smartphone, is now in Ghana. The company has just introduced the phone into the country to serve the digital needs of target customers.
The Chief Marketing Officer of Samsung Central Africa, Dudu Mokholo, explained that the phone is a multipurpose device. It can be used for one-handed calls, texts, endless multitasking, and higher quality viewing on larger mobile display for presentations, digital magazines, movies, and AR content.
The Head of Marketing and Retail at Samsung Ghana, Tetteh Akornor, revealed has that the company worked with Google and the Android developer community to ensure that apps and services were available for the Galaxy Fold’s unique experience.
He added, “Samsung equipped Galaxy Fold with a high-powered, next-generation AP chipset and 12GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage with PC-like performance as well as six different cameras on the phone.”
Talking about the battery, Akornor said the smartphone comes with a high-tech dual battery system. The battery is capable of charging itself and a second device at the same time via wireless PowerShare, while connected to a regular charger.
The Galaxy Fold is priced at ₵12,999 in all Samsung outlets across the country.
You can check the full specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Fold here.