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Samsung Galaxy Fold Does What its Name Says

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rickp315

Oct 20, 2019, 5:48 AM
over in the "Samsung Galaxy Fold" discussion:

Is a folding screen necessary?

I’ve been using smartphone devices for years without the need for a folding screen. If I wanted a bigger screen with mobility, I would have purchased a tablet with mobile data capabilities. This seems silly, and possibly a huge design issue (Wasn’t this tried earlier this year with bad results?). If you want a cool folding phone, design one looking like a paper fan.
It's so you have the best of both worlds. A regular phone for most of the time and a tablet like device for when you want a bigger screen for internet or gaming. That way you don't have to run around with a tablet all the time trying to talk on it. ...
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Provicional

Sep 30, 2019, 8:35 AM
over in the "Samsung Galaxy Fold" discussion:

Samsung Galaxy Fold

En comparación con los note 10+, S10+ o las versiones 5G, entiendo que son mejores opciones según las especificaciones técnicas de las unidades y el exagerado precio que tiene esta unidad y ademas al obtener esta unidad pierdo el IP68, a la verdad es muy útil.
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Preroll

Sep 25, 2019, 1:36 PM
over in the "Samsung Galaxy Fold" discussion:

Too Soon

Really wanted this phone but:
-Too fragile
-Too expensive
-No apps designed for fold design yet (except maybe some stock apps)
-Storage not as fast as Note 10

I went with a note 10+. However, I'm sure in time, if the concept catches on, there will be models that will be more reasonably priced with better support. Just don't want to be the beta tester (and pay for it too!). All to be seen.
JoelMikel

Feb 22, 2019, 12:58 PM

Priced

..... Other than the folding design there isn't anything new here to justify the price.
 
 
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