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I would love to talk with you about foldable phones.
I’d like to see more phones that fold outwards like the Huawei one.
Using the same display as a phone and a tablet is the future.
Having it fold inwards and using a tiny screen on the back while it’s closed doesn’t sound that much appealing for me. Sure it will get less scratched, and you can fit a tablet sized screen in a pocket, but I like Huawei’s approach more.
I honestly prefer designs like the Motorola Razr. The bottom line is that tablet-sized folding phones are going to be more expensive and have more problems (like the $1500 Galaxy Fold). I was excited to see how fold would turn out, but it clearly didn’t work so well. I like the idea of the Razr because it is much more affordable and reasonably sized. I can’t wait to see what the Galaxy Fold 2 looks like since they’re taking the Razr route instead of making another phablet.
I think foldable phones are gimics expencive gimics I think they will soon faid out of existence
Yeah, I think so too. Something like 3D-TV’s.
I don’t think the trend will completely die out, but I think it’s gonna come back in some kind of new form.
Foldable phones are nice sure, but way too expensive.
It’s nice to have a tablet fit in your pocket but 2000＄ just for that is a bit too much.
The best one has to be the iPad Pro 2018
Is this what you mean?
Personally, I hate things that fold. But I hate things that don’t fold too.
@Moskito256 so what you’re saying is you hate everything?
A waste of money in my opinion.
foldable phones… cool, but not really useful.
The new Galaxy Z Flip looks pretty awesome in my opinion. I would totally get it if I could afford it…
I would get the galaxy fold but I also like the z flip.