Galaxy Z Fold2 now available in UAE
Samsung's newest foldable device combines portability and flexibility for more productivity.
Samsung Gulf Electronics on Saturday announced that the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G is now available for purchase in the UAE at its stores and authorised online and offline retail channels.
The latest addition to the foldable category has many next-generation tools and features that seamlessly integrate to enhance the Galaxy ecosystem and empower users personally and professionally.
"We are certain that the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G will expand the popularity of its predecessors and ultimately overtake them due to the various upgrades and features that have been engineered into this smartphone," Osman Albora, senior director of Samsung Gulf Electronics' mobile division, said in a statement.
"Delivering innovations that bring new experiences to consumers was at the forefront of every stage of the design process. We look forward to witnessing the impact of the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G on the smartphone market over the coming months as it elevates user experiences to amazing heights."
The Galaxy Z Fold2 offers productivity by combining the portability and flexibility of a smartphone with the screen size of a tablet, as per feedback and recommendations from customers. Introducing consumers to a product that caters to needs and demands of today's dynamic lifestyles was at the forefront of every stage of the development process.
The device has a 6.2-inch cover screen featuring an Infinity-O Display and 7.6-inch main screen, the latter of which features a 120Hz default refresh rate to provide smoother scrolling and an enhanced gameplay experience.
Its Hideaway Hinge possesses many of the innovations of its predecessor, but with upgrades to ensure the device stands out and to provide a smooth and stable experience.
The Galaxy Z Fold2 5G is priced at Dh7,599.
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