We know that Samsung knows how to make a good folding phone and that Google knows how to make good software. If Google can figure out how to produce its own folding device running Android 12, would you be tempted to buy that over the next Galaxy Z Fold?
It's still very early days for foldable phones. But these are no longer concepts or prototypes, they're complete phones that are on store shelves just like any other. Right now, the best overall foldable is the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Samsung is teasing its upcoming products in a new trailer posted on YouTube. Shaded like unlockable video characters, viewers can catch a glimpse of the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Fold 2, Galaxy Buds Live, and more.
Samsung could soon launch a "Lite" version of the Galaxy Fold with a Snapdragon 865 processor and a $1,100 price tag later this year. Like the Galaxy Z Flip, however, the foldable will not have 5G support.
Folding phones and PCs are only just started to gain steam, and we've already seen some interesting designs come out of major manufacturers. Whether they're using two screens or one, a vertical fold or horizontal, here are some of the biggest differences among them.