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Review of Samsung Galaxy Fold 

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The Good The extremely large Galaxy Fold display is great for watching videos, photos and reading, and it’s a great second screen. This proves that a complex phone can be really useful, not just a fiction.

The Bad There are many design problems. The 7.3-inch screen is too fragile and the 4.6-inch screen is too small to be effective. Battery life is short. Multitasking can become more intuitive. For $ 980, Fold is overpriced. Not enough water and dust resistance. The huge recesses on the screen and the thick panel make it feel cheap, despite the cost.

The Bottom Line The Galaxy Fold makes a compelling case for sophisticated phones, but wait for Samsung and others to solve inherent problems that cost money and threaten the screen.

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7.4 Overall

  • Design
    6
  • Features
    7
  • Performance
    7
  • Camera
    9
  • Battery
    8

It is not unusual for a phone such as a new one like the Warehouse to be so combat. For its short life, a sophisticated phone has gone from the apex of noise for our collective mobile future to a cautionary tale of companies in a hurry to sell radical, underutilized technologies. (Here is a brief history of Russia which went wrong in Samsung’s delicate plastic display .)

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Design 6 8 8 9 8
Features 7 9 8 8 8
Performance 7 10 8 9 8
Camera 9 9 8 8 7
Battery 8 8 10 10 8
Overall 7.4 9.0 8.4 8.9 8.0
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Now after testing and using two versions of the Galaxy Fold – the original model and this updated version, fixes Samsung’s biggest design flaws – everything is beautiful and horrible with the 980 (£ 2,000, AU $ 2,950) Galaxy Fold is crystal clear.

As a blueprint for how sophisticated phones can be really useful, it is certainly successful. Anything physically satisfying to use Fold, and its 7.3-inch screen is a dream for watching movies, watching photos, and reading anything. Wanting multitasking felt natural, and more than once I used Fold as a second screen that was easy to fold and clasp into my jacket pocket the moment I finished.

But as great a service as Fold is for all kinds of sophisticated phones, confirming that yes, we do Want to see where sophisticated phones go, Fold himself is still lacking when it comes to creature comforts.

The Galaxy Fold has its charms, and also some rough spots.

Angela Lang

Microsoft has taken a turn in the midst of this challenging awakening by presenting an amazing dual screen phone. Although we will not see Surface duet for a year , Microsoft dual screen phone drops his glove against the galaxy and sophisticated design in general: Why use such a tricky sophisticated screen when you have just two displays?

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Samsung fixed the most dangerous bugs on the Fold display – those that caused the phone to shut down. But that didn’t solve a few more problems. The phone remains too expensive and too fragile, with some unpleasant variants that give the inside screen a huge recess and plastic panel, and the outer screen a tight keyboard that just isn’t fun to use.

The battery life is remarkably shorter than it seems, despite the two cells (on each side of the hinge) forming the equivalent of a 4,500 mAh battery. It lasted an average of 12 hours, 15 minutes in an in-flight CNET cycle video test, compared to over 21 hours for Galaxy Note 10 Plus .

Samsung’s foldable phone is about more than just its specs.

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In its own defense, Galaxy Fold has always been bigger than herself. This is a proof of concept that was intended to pump for later devices. For this reason, Samsung clearly wanted people to buy the phone as a luxury device, a status symbol that early adopters with lots of money could accidentally deploy to surprise their peers with an unusual, instantly recognizable design.

Unfortunately, this is now refunded. I will argue with the Says that, as a concept, a sophisticated phone has potential. While the industry is figuring out how to make a stronger screen, be it from it thin curved glass that does not yet exist commercially in relation to other hardened plastic material.

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But nowadays, I do not specifically recommend the Galaxy Fold, even if you have money to spare. Comes with more sophisticated phones from Samsung, Huawei and even Microsoft . Do yourself a favor and wait.

In more detail, here’s a breakdown on The Galaxy Fold features we like the most – and the least .

Galaxy Fold specs

Display size, resolution 4.6-inch Super AMOLED; 7.3-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED
Dimensions (Millimeters) Folded: 62.8 x 161 x 15.7mm ~ 17.1mm Unfolded: 117.9 x 161 x 6.9mm ~ 7.6mm
Weight (Ounces, Grams) 9.7 oz; 276g
Mobile software Android 9.0 with Samsung One UI
Camera 12-megapixel (wide-angle), 16-megapixel (ultra wide-angle), 12-megapixel (telephoto)
Front-facing camera Two 10-megapixel, 8-megapixel 3D depth
Video capture 4K (HDR 10+)
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
Storage 512GB
RAM 12GB
Expandable storage No
Battery 4,380mAh
Fingerprint sensor Power button
Connector USB-C
Headphone jack No
Special features Foldable display, wireless charging, fast charging
Price off-contract (USD) $1,980
Price (GBP) £2,000
Price (AUD) AU$2,950

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