Two huge OLED screens with HDR10 that will turn heads
Today’s multitasking takes many forms and can come with many limitations, but the category-pioneering Galaxy Fold Foldable Phone can take multitasking to a whole new level.
Foldable phones are now a thing, and both Microsoft and Samsung are chasing this opportunity in a reasonable effort to take even more market share from Apple.
The Galaxy Fold isn't perfect yet, but it is a lot better than I expected.
Today, Zack is back with a teardown of the Galaxy Fold. His goal is to find out whether he can successfully detach one side of the phone and continue to use it like normal.
The future of foldable phones is looking bright.
We do know TCL will launch its first foldable phone in 2020, and it will be cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X which hover around the $2000 mark.
Samsung says that the device can be folded more than 200,000 times or about five years of use.
Samsung’s relaunched foldable phone fixes some of the first issues, but the Galaxy Fold is still too fragile and limited for its hefty price tag
That said, this phone is kind of awesome and I can’t wait to tell you why I think so.
The Galaxy Fold comes in a fairly simple black box, with the word Galaxy written in a way that the last three letters are folded over.
Foldable phone may be one of the small number of handsets that, like the iPhone, changes the direction of smartphone design – if its hinge mechanism holds up