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Samsung Galaxy Fold now available in Indian market

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Samsung is writing the next chapter in the mobile industry with Galaxy Fold, the world’s first Dynamic AMOLED Infinity Flex Display. Samsung Galaxy Fold has been officially launched in India. With the formal debut

The Samsung Galaxy Fold price in India is set at Rs. 1, 64,999 for the lone 12GB RAM + 512GB storage variant. The phone comes in Cosmos Black colour option and includes the Galaxy Fold Premier Service with one-on-one assistance with a Fold Concierge and one-year accidental damage protection as well as one-time free screen replacement. Moreover, it comes bundled with the Samsung Galaxy Buds headphones.

It is powered by Android 9, customised by Samsung with its own user interface, and Exynos 9825 processor. There is 12GB RAM in this phone. There is 64GB internal storage. Dual SIM cards are supported. There are two separate batteries in the phone, supplying juice to separate components by default, but each battery also capable of powering on the whole device on its own. The combined capacity of two batteries is 4380 mAh. The phone has a 7.3-inch AMOLED screen, which can be folded and unfolded. When the phone is folded, on the front, there is a smaller 4.6-inch screen. Both screens have plenty of pixels. The bigger screen has a resolution of 2152 x 1536 pixels. Samsung calls it Infinity Flex Display. The smaller screen has a resolution of 720 x 1680 pixels.

The phone has a total of six cameras. The idea is that irrespective of what state the phone is in — folded or unfolded — people should be able to click a phone. So, on the back of the phone, there are three cameras. This is the same camera setup we have in other high-end Samsung phones, like in the Galaxy Note 10. The main camera uses a 12-megapixel sensor, the ultra-wide lens has been paired with a 16-megapixel sensor and the telephoto lens uses a 12-megapixel sensor. When the phone is unfolded, users get access to two front cameras: a selfie camera with 10-megapixel sensor and a depth sensing camera with an 8-megapixel sensor. When the phone is folded, users get access to single selfie camera with 10-megapixel image sensor.

Both the displays — the smaller screen and the bigger screen — show outstanding colours, contrast and are extremely bright

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Use Whatsapp on your Apple Watch: Read Instructions

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With over 2 billion users worldwide, WhatsApp is the most popular messaging platform. The impact of WhatsApp is so profound on lives that it’s the first thing we look at in the morning and last thing at night. While WhatsApp is available on every smartphone platform, there isn’t an official WhatsApp app on the Apple Watch. The good news is there is a workaround for this if you download WatchChat 2 a third-party app that lets you use WhatsApp on the Apple Watch without any hassles.  Here’s the guide to getting started and using WhatsApp on Apple Watch.

What is WatchChat 2: for WhatsAp‪p?

Although you can receive WhatsApp messenger notifications on your Apple Watch, the method is restrictive. That’s where WatchChat 2: for WhatsAp‪p comes in. The app allows you to directly chat with friends and family directly from the watch. You can view all your chats, including group chats, listen to voice messages and even view pictures sent on WhatsApp. The best thing about this third-party app is that you can reply using a keyboard, quick replies, dictation, and Scribble. Keep in mind that this isn’t a free app , though you get to use it for free for the first three days after that you have to pay Rs 269 a year.

How it works

The WatchChat 2: for WhatsAp‪p app works exactly like WhatsApp for Web. First, you need to download and install the app on your iPhone. The next immediate step is to launch the app on your Apple Watch. Upon launching the app, you should see a QR code and some instructions on the Apple Watch screen. If you don’t see the code, wait for 10-40 seconds, and then tap on ‘Retry’. Go to WhatsApp on your iPhone, click “Settings” and then “Whatsapp Web/Desktop. You’ll then see an option called “Scan QR Code. WhatsApp instantly loads and you can continue your conversations on a small screen.

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