Samsung has been known to introduce smartphones and tablets with large screens that are over 5.3 inches and this time it’s a foldable phone. Samsung phones have had larger screens while other smartphones were no bigger than 4 inches. That’s the reason, Samsung has been getting better at improving the gadgets that people held in their hands and pockets. These large were mocked because of it too, but fast forward to now, no smartphone is smaller than 5.3 inches. Samsung’s Note series was a turning point for Samsung.
Now Samsung is planning to revolutionize how we see smartphones, with its ultimate Galaxy fold.An Era of Foldable Phone Screens
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After two or three years that were packed full of smartphone designs that nearly bored us to death, things are finally starting to heat up in the smartphone industry. At least, they’re starting to heat up on the Android side of the fence. Apple is expected to use almost the same iPhone design for the third consecutive year in 2019. Thankfully, Android vendors have finally decided to stop copying Apple and instead go their own way. Towards the end of last year, we saw all sorts of nifty new smartphone designs pop up in China. In 2019, things like hole-punch cameras, pop-up selfie cams, and more are making their way to the rest of the world. On top of all that, smartphone makers [...]
Regardless of whether or not it’s a commercial success, no phone is likely to receive as much buzz as the Galaxy Fold in 2019 (at least not until Apple announces its latest iPhones). As one of the first mobile devices with a foldable display, Samsung’s Galaxy Fold will be something of a niche product at first, but could help pave the way for the next major shift in phone design. But before it can do any of that, we need to get our hands on it.
Despite the fact that the Fold is due out in just over a month, Samsung hasn’t let anyone handle the device yet. But that didn’t stop YouTuber phoneoftime, who shared a video of the AT&T variant of the Galaxy [...]
Following Spotify and Samsung expanding their music partnership this morning, Google will give four months of YouTube Premium to Galaxy S10 owners. This deal will also be extended to the Galaxy Fold in April, while other Samsung devices will benefit from a similar offer until next year.