A foldable phone is exactly what you think it is: a phone that can fold in half. Some fold vertically, others horizontally, but all of them have one thing in common — they turn a small device into a bigger one.
Between the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Fold, Samsung has a stranglehold on the growing market for folding smartphones. Both handsets bring a lot to the table, but which should you spend your hard-earned dollars on?
Last year's Galaxy Fold was very much an experiment for Samsung is an entirely new product category, but in just a year's time, the Galaxy Z Flip has debuted with the makings of a mainstream hit. If you ask me, that's mighty impressive.
Last year's Galaxy Fold continues to be one of the most fascinating smartphones on the market. Recently, some of our AC forum members started talking about what they'd want to see in a future Galaxy Fold 2.
The Galaxy Fold and 2020 Motorola RAZR are two very different phones with one thing in common: both fold in half to become much more compact when not in use, though the philosophy behind each is different. So which one is right for you?
According to new reports, Samsung will be launching the Galaxy Fold 2 successor in the second quarter of the year. The foldable phone is tipped to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and could feature a massive 8-inch main display.
The President and CEO of Samsung's IT & Mobile Communication division told members of the media at CES this week that the company's first foldable phone sold between 400,000 to 500,000 units in 2019, almost half of the 1 million figure that was floated by another exec a month ago.
We've seen foldable phones in a variety of form factors this year, but none of them have been quite as maligned as the Motorola RAZR's clamshell design. That's a shame, because it's the best foldable shape for one-handed use.