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Source: Samsung

LONDON, UK – 4th October 2019 – Today, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd revealed that the Galaxy Fold 5G has almost sold out due to high consumer demand for the revolutionary device.

Conor Pierce, Corporate Vice President, Samsung UK and Ireland said: “The overwhelming response to our most anticipated device yet has been incredible. The demand for the Galaxy Fold 5G is indicative of the increasing desire within the market for innovation and future-proof technology. We’re looking forward to bringing the Galaxy Fold 5G back into the hands of consumers very soon.”

Due to the unprecedented demand of the device Samsung are working hard to get the Galaxy Fold 5G back into consumers’ hands with devices being re-stocked from 10th October, available from selected Samsung Experience Stores and EE stores across the country, as well as Harrods and selected Selfridges stores. The device is also available to experience at the new Samsung KX showcase.

The Galaxy Fold 5G, available in Cosmos Black and Space Silver, pushes the boundaries of innovation and introduces a whole new smartphone category. Armed with 5G network capabilities[1], the Galaxy Fold 5G is a device built for the future.

Breakthrough materials and a revised, sophisticated hinging mechanism makes the device flexible, whilst maintaining its elegant design that delivers a book-like fold. Featuring the world’s first foldable 7.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED Infinity Flex Display, the Galaxy Fold 5G turns into an ultra-slim compact device when closed.

The Galaxy Fold 5G’s App Continuity feature allows intuitive, seamless app transitions between the phone’s cover and the Infinity Flex main display, collaborating with Google to enable an ecosystem of apps that are simple and easy to use. The Galaxy Fold 5G features Samsung’s largest ever smartphone screen, with a Multi-Active Window that allows users to easily multi-task across three open apps at once.

To learn more about the Galaxy Fold 5G, and where it will be restocked, visit: here.
[1] 5G functionality requires compatible network connection

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