Back in the early 2000s, having a foldable phone meant that you were the coolest kid in school. Bringing a device that can fit in your pocket was both a flex and a fashion statement, especially when you answer and end calls “flip-style.” There is just a little something about a phone’s flipping action and compact design that makes owning a foldable a statement of both style and productivity.
Aside from being able to satisfyingly snap it shut when not in use, they also remain functional even when closed thanks to an upfront second screen. Its folded form isn’t only space-saving but also screen-protective as its display becomes safely hidden wherever it’s stored.
With Samsung’s current line of foldables in their Galaxy Z Series, these pocket-friendly devices fuse the nostalgia of the good old days with innovations that become modern-day essentials: high-quality cameras, high-speed 5G connectivity, top notch performance, and dynamic displays that can run the latest apps.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G and Galaxy Z Fold3 5G are the greatest foldables yet to be released, offering an excellent blend of nostalgia and style with their fabulous design and specs.
Those who have had their hands on the Galaxy Z Flip3 5G love its Flex Mode, which provides a hands-free, any-angle camera experience perfect for content creators and photography enthusiasts. The flip phone also packs a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity Flex Display and a 1.9-inch Super AMOLED Cover Display for convenience. It also boasts an Armor Aluminum build and IPX8 water resistance rating.
On the other hand, users of the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G praise its intuitive Multi-Window feature that is optimized for hustlers and multi-taskers. It is also the first foldable to feature S-Pen compatibility with its 7.6-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity Flex Display and a 120Hz refresh rate.
It’s official: foldables are back and are here to stay – thanks to groundbreaking smartphone technology and innovations.
Expect even more exciting news from Samsung during their Galaxy Unpacked event this August 10, 2022. For more updates, you may register here.