Samsung wasted no time unveiling the Galaxy Fold at its Unpacked event today – a foldable device with a 4.6" display when folded, and 7.3" display when unfolded. The device contains a total of six cameras – three on the back, two inside and one front-facing camera.

The company's live presentation includes few camera details – but we've preliminarily gathered the following specs for the cameras included on the Galaxy Fold below (subject to change):

Location Full-frame equiv. FOV Aperture Autofocus Optical Image Stabilization
12MP 'main' camera Rear 27mm F1.5 / F2.4 Dual-Pixel Yes
12MP telephoto Rear 52mm F2.4 Phase-Detect Yes

16MP wide-angle
(fixed-focus)

Rear 12mm F2.2 No No
10MP selfie camera Inside 26mm F1.9 Dual-Pixel No

8MP RGB depth-sensing camera

Inside 22mm F2.2 Autofocus (unspecified) No
10MP selfie camera Front 26mm F1.9 Dual-Pixel No

Other technical specs known at this point are that it will offer 12GB of RAM, and uses two batteries for a 4380mAh combined capacity.

Multi-tasking is a big focus of the device, and Samsung demonstrated the device's ability to maintain continuity within an app as you switch between displays, as well as its ability to run three apps on the larger screen simultaneously.

Black, silver, green or blue color choices with personalized hinge color options will be offered. The Galaxy Fold will start at a steep $1980.