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texastim

Feb 19, 2020, 3:48 PM
over in the "Samsung Galaxy Z Flip" discussion:

I WANT THIS PHONE (but)

First off the Razr is OUT of the question. I went to a Verizon Wireless store and let us just say folks, you please be the judge. I will not give an opinion. I did go to Best Buy to look at their live demo of the Z-Flip, and I will say what a beautiful and substantial phone. I continue to fight myself telling me to just WAIT until Samsung is going to do if anything to remedy the fragile so-called glass screen? Will they lower the price? My guess is NO! Should they pull this phone now before anymore is sold? YES. Do they want another disaster as like the Galaxy 7 and the Fold? I do not think they will stop sales to save face. If they can convince a longer Warranty then I might reconsider. For now dishing out an extra $119 for only a...
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jj2me

Feb 18, 2020, 11:38 AM

Was the compactness not compelling?

I didn't get the drift of this sentence in the conclusion:
"and the only compelling use for the folding screen that I found was taking certain types of photos without a needing a tripod."

Did you mean "besides the compact form factor ...", and therefore would still be compelling for people who value pocketability? Or was the compact form factor just not as compelling as one would think, like maybe it was bulky in the pocket?
Or was the compact form factor just not as compelling as one would think, like maybe it was bulky in the pocket?

Indeed, it's thicker than I would like for my pockets.
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bobc74

Feb 11, 2020, 9:58 PM

Reincarnation

The look of this phone is similar to the "makeup compact" style of the old LG Lotus phones that Sprint carried years ago.
 
 
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