Samsung Galaxy Fold, the first mainstream foldable phone from Samsung is about two months away from debut and it just started appearing in benchmarks. It was spotted in GeekBench, with a not very impressive set of scores. Let’s check it out.
The device is benchmarked in the Snapdragon 855 version, with 12 GB of RAM on board. The software is far from final, but 3418 points in the single core sub test and 9703 in the multi core one are far from achievements. The device appeared with the codename SM-F900F and according to the listing, the Galaxy Fold comes out of the box with Android 9.0 Pie.
It should also have 512 GB of storage, of the Universal Flash Storage 3.0 variety and it has batteries on either side of the device. That storage is important to mention, because the S10 series has UFS 2.1 and this is a step up. Still, we’ve seen the foldable get a creased screen and also $1980 is very steep even for a first gen product.
There are 6 cameras on board, three at the back, two inside and one at the front. I have a feeling that this device will have very, very limited availability.