Samsung Galaxy Fold will make its debut in Japan on October 25

Galaxy Tab S6

Galaxy Tab S6

The Samsung Galaxy Fold has 512GB of storage space and 12GB of RAM for intensive multi-tasking that will allow for gaming, streaming even live broadcasting all at once.

Samsung's highly anticipated smartphone device, the Samsung Galaxy Fold, will be available in South Africa from the 18th of October 2019.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is priced at Rs 59,900 and it will be available in two colour options of "Mountain Gray" and "Cloud Blue". The S Pen is being bundled inside the box for free. The stainless steel variant comes in three finishes, silver, black, and gold at Rs 31,990. It comes in the 44 mm size.

This week we've heard reports of Samsung possibly working on an affordable, mid-range Galaxy Note, tentatively called Galaxy Note10 Lite.

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Galaxy Fold has dual battery system (4380mAh typical dual battery) and is also capable of charging itself and a second device simultaneously via "Wireless PowerShare". In India, Reliance Jio and Airtel offer eSIM support. The company is promising 16 hours music playback and 80 hours on Bluetooth mode alone. This watch has a new digital bezel around the circumference of the dial, which works with touch.

The Watch 4G features a long-lasting battery and comes with a host of fitness tracking as well as advanced wellness services. They run on Samsung's own Tizen system.

Sporting the world's first "Dynamic AMOLED Infinity Flex Display", the device offers split-screen multi-tasking, houses six cameras, Android 9 with One UI on top and Snapdragon 855 chipset. The Tab S6 comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. It is powered by Snapdragon 855 processor. Like the Watch 4G, the Watch Active 2 also comes preloaded with 39 activity presets and has updated sensors for better health monitoring. Although this time we're looking at the 12MP ultra-wide lens which is bumped up from the previous 8MP sensor.

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