The Samsung Galaxy Fold launches in Europe next month. Although we know most of the device’s specifications, Samsung never allowed the press to get their hands on the device at its launch event. Fortunately, one of our sources managed to get their hands on the device a bit early and has shared a trove of information with us. They also shared a dump of the Galaxy Fold’s firmware with us, which we used to grab the wallpapers. Most of these wallpapers have been shared online before, but there are a few that are new. In any case, here are all the wallpapers from Samsung’s upcoming foldable smartphone.
The above wallpapers are all in the butterfly and leaf form for the folded and unfolded screen. The center hinge of the foldable smartphone should line up with the middle of the butterflies. The leaves are for the cover display of the phone while it’s folded. There are 14 wallpapers in total, each at a resolution of 2152×2152.
There are also a few video wallpapers included for the lock screen. Every time you unlock your phone, the butterfly will flap its wings. These video wallpapers are designed for the Galaxy Fold but should work on most Samsung phones running Android 8.0 Oreo and above. There are four different colors of the butterfly for each color of the Galaxy Fold.
You can download these wallpapers from Android File Host and unzip the file to choose which one you want. The wallpapers embedded above are compressed, so for the uncompressed versions, the download is a must.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold will launch on April 26th in the United States and South Korea and on May 3rd in Europe. Pre-orders will start on April 26th for Europe, while American pre-order dates have yet to be announced. It will cost $1980 for the 4G LTE model with 12GB RAM and 512GB of UFS 3.o storage. Samsung also announced that a 5G model of the Galaxy Fold will be coming, but we don’t know when that specific model will launch.
Our previous firmware analysis revealed that Samsung is developing firmware builds for Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Boost Mobile, and Virgin Mobile in the United States. In Europe, the Fold will be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and not the Exynos 9820 like the European Samsung Galaxy S10. Finally, we have found evidence that Samsung is working on Fold models for Canada, Japan, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and Serbia.
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