Looking at the second iteration of foldable phone from Samsung, it is more about design than specifications on the Galaxy Z Fold2.
How do Samsung’s first two foldable phones stack up against one another?
Samsung mobile head offers more precise figure for sales of the company’s first foldable phone at CES 2020.
The event is scheduled for 11th February in San Francisco.
We can sniff the end of 2019, so let’s reflect on some of the big blunders that happened this year.
It looks people are happy to buy a $2 000 foldable phone.
There are still devices available for pre-order, if you can afford the crazy R43 999 price tag attached to the Samsung Galaxy Fold.
Samsung’s flagship foldable phone is finally here, and costs an eye-watering R44k.
The Galaxy Fold should be safer from dust but the handset is still incredibly fragile.
Following several delays, South Africans will have to wait longer still to get their hands on a Samsung Galaxy Fold.
The foldable phone is expected in other regions in coming weeks, but no mention if South Africa is included.
Samsung’s folding smartphone is still destined for local shores despite the delays.
The once troubled screen is now newly improved, the South Korean manufacturer confirms.
The redesign is complete, but still no word on a release date.
DJ Koh says he pushed the foldable device to market before it was ready.
The Fold may be ready, but are consumers still interested?
AT&T has begun informing customers who pre-ordered the Galaxy Fold, that they’ve been cancelled.
Things aren’t going well for Samsung’s foldable phone at the moment.