Earlier this year, Samsung announced the Galaxy Z Flip, the company’s second attempt at a foldable smartphone which came in a clamshell form factor. The phone, despite launching in 2020, did not come with support for 5G, although we have heard rumors that the company was planning on introducing a newer model with 5G.
Neither the Samsung Galaxy Fold nor the Galaxy Z Flip are considered cheap, but given that they both use new foldable display technology, we suppose it can almost be excused as the price one expects to pay for being an early adopter. For those who might be worried that their successors could be priced even higher, there is some good news.
Whenever we buy a new smartphone, there’s a good chance that we will also buy a screen protector at the same time. This is because while our phone’s displays are relatively durable and resistant to scratches, why take the chance, especially if the phone in question is very expensive, right?
The Galaxy Z Flip has been in the limelight for all the good reasons. It is potentially better than Motorola’s RAZR and offers a good design – for many users.However, the impressive verdict for the phone might be limited to the specs on paper.In a recent durability test by JerryRigEverything, it looks like Samsung may have used a ‘fake glass’ in the Galaxy Z Flip.The confusion arrives when the durability […]
Following the weeks of rumors that Samsung has another foldable phone in the works, the company has officially announced its second attempt at a foldable device, the Galaxy Z Flip, at its event where the company also took the wraps off their brand new Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones.