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13 hours ago, nexgencpu said:

Placed my pre-order on this monster. I got an awesome deal!

Got $650 for my Galaxy S20 Ultra

$100 pre-order discount/bundle

$100 student discount

https://www.samsung.com/us/smartphones/galaxy-z-fold2-5g/

Joshua Vergara does a good job of showcases some of its features..

 

It is one of the first devices with Wi-Fi 6E (extended), which has the traditional 2.4 and 5Ghz along with the massive 6Ghz spectrum.

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On 9/8/2020 at 10:37 AM, nexgencpu said:

Placed my pre-order on this monster. I got an awesome deal!

Got $650 for my Galaxy S20 Ultra

$100 pre-order discount/bundle

$100 student discount

https://www.samsung.com/us/smartphones/galaxy-z-fold2-5g/

Joshua Vergara does a good job of showcases some of its features..

 

This sure looks leap years ahead better than my LG V60 Dual Screen!  :cool:

Robert

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10 hours ago, S4GRU said:

This sure looks leap years ahead better than my LG V60 Dual Screen!  :cool:

Robert

looks nice for sure. I will be waiting to see if the folding causes a problem.  Will something break when you fold it many times a day.  How durable is it going to be?   If it does stand up to years of heavy use, then it just might be a big seller.

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Finally got the fold in hand, and it's just phenomenal as I'd imagined. It truly is "next generation" 

Btw, the radio performance on Sprint/TMobile has been quite good, beating out my GS20U+

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