Samsung Galaxy Fold video shows the crease is very much real

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However, a video previewing the Galaxy Fold has now surfaced online that not only shows how the foldable form factor by the South Korean giant works but also reveals a crease in the flexible display panel. The company has launched the Galaxy A40 smartphone in Europe.

From the video, you can see many more details of the device, including the fold in the center of the internal display that remains well evident even when it is fully extended.

The Galaxy Fold shows awe-inspiring responsiveness; however, the crease along the device's central folding line is likely to pose an issue for the user.

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They are available for purchase starting today but configuration options may or may not be available in your region. The 3.0GHz models starts at $1799, the 3.1GHz variant at $1999, and the 3.7GHz at $2199.

"The Galaxy A10 is already launched in India and it features a smaller 6.2" HD+ Infinity-V display and it has the same Exynos 7884 processor as the A20. Well, we actually went "hands-off" with the phone, since Samsung wouldn't let anyone touch it. There's a MicroSD slot with support for up to 512 GB. You can check out the Galaxy S10 5G's full specs right here. Like most people, we were expecting a release sometime late in the second quarter once 5G networks are more widely available, but it looks like Samsung fans might not have to wait that long.

We are less than a month away for the Samsung event where we'll a bunch of new gadgets. The Samsung Galaxy A40 packs a 3,100 mAh battery and offers 4G, VoLTE, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC and USB Type C as connectivity options.

With the handset hitting U.S. stores on April 26 and European ones on May 3 we'll have a better idea of how good Galaxy Fold is and how visible that seam is soon, but this might be one to wait for reviews of. The answer is fairly simple: Most people keep their phones for two, three, even four years, so investing now in a phone that will have access to 5G networks down the road certainly isn't a awful idea.

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