Samsung Galaxy Fold eSIM Activation, Features & More


Many are calling the Samsung Galaxy Fold “the most forward-thinking phone of 2019” delivering a foldable device with Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode (AMOLED) display that folds into a 7.3-inch tablet. Yup, quite the head-turner.



This is the main attraction of the phone. Although some foldable phones have been in the market already such as Royole FlexPai and Nubia Alpha with more on the way from Huawei and Xiaomi, the Huawei Mate X and Xiaomi Dual Flex or Mix Flex to hit the global markets respectively.

The Galaxy Fold has a 7.3-inch main display on the inside and a 4.6-inch cover display on the outside when folded. This makes reading, browsing and gaming a dream with its 4.2:3 aspect ratio. It also packs a great HDR10+ and which bumps up the contrast ratio giving you quality brightness, even when outdoors.



Like its Galaxy S10 siblings, the Galaxy Fold is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor. It also has a staggering 12GB of RAM 512GB internal storage. There is no MicroSD card, so storage is not expandable, but you may not need much as we will it will suffice.

Bear in mind that the Galaxy Fold requires a lot of power as it can run up to 3 apps at a time. The browsing on this device is perfect for a multi-tasker but we heard rumours that the refresh rate on it is not so great. It is said that the words tend to shift unevenly across the 7.3-inch display. 



The Galaxy Fold went on sale through AT&T, Best Buy as well as on 27 September. It is said to be one of the most expensive phones ever, costing $1,980 in the U.S. and £1,800 in the U.K. (€2,000, $2,214) or about double the price of the most premium flagships.

For a point of reference, the Galaxy S10 Plus retails at $999 and you can get a model with 1TB of storage and 12GB of RAM for $1,599. The iPhone 11 Pro Max that has 512GB of storage costs $1,449. So, you are the better judge of this foldable device.



This foldable delight offers 6 cameras modules. Three on the back of the device (12MP primary, 12MP telephoto, 16MP wide respectively), two inside (10MP selfie, 8MP depth), and one on the front cover (10MP selfie).

We’re sure you will able to take stunning photos of this device not just for its high-performing cameras but of its huge screen that will make photo-checking a breeze.



Supporting Dual SIM connectivity is not all that the Galaxy Fold does, it also soups up this feature with support for multiple eSIM providers.

The use of the eSIM feature allows users to conveniently connect to cellular networks without the use of a physical SIM card. Its benefits include having multiple carrier plans for personal, business and roaming needs on just one smartphone.

Flexiroam brings you unparallel eSIM services that give you permanent access to 580+ carriers in over 150+ countries, all without the hassle of switching SIM cards.

Activate your eSIM profile with us with ease and manage your account using our Flexiroam X app


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