You probably have heard about the coming of the foldable phones and all the buzz around it. Well, it is no longer a concept or prototype. There are some options to choose from the foldable phone category which are already available in stores. Though it is pretty early for the re-emergence of foldable phones, but you can get yourself one if you like. It seems like all the big brands are leaning towards it. The latest one to drop-in is the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. Yes, finally Samsung did it and it might be the best available foldable phone available in the market. But is it really worth your money? Should you consider buying one right now?
Well, if you are looking to buy a foldable phone just for its looks and the folding part then go for it. Or else you might think twice before making this purchase. Samsung just launched the Galaxy Z Flip on February 14th, priced at $1,380. It looks a lot different than the troubled Galaxy Fold, and it folds up much like the new Motorola Razr. It’s clearly designed to be a full phone with a 6.7-inch OLED display that folds and shrinks into a much smaller square when it’s closed.
It looks a lot different than the troubled Galaxy Fold, and it folds up much like the new Motorola Razr. It’s clearly designed to be a full phone with a 6.7-inch OLED display that folds and shrinks into a much smaller square when it’s closed.
The best thing the Galaxy Z Flip has to offer is normalcy and minimal compromises. At its core, the Z Flip is effectively a refreshed and slightly improved Galaxy S10+, which is a good thing. You’re getting capable specs and performance, hardware that feels solid and high-quality, and a set of cameras that are just a little bit behind the highest-end phones this year. Compared to the shortcomings of other foldables, the Z Flip shines for having such good daily usability.
There is a growing concern about the folding phone and a lot of rumor. This phone when compared to other non-foldable phones is not much of a game-changer. And the price is a huge concern right now. So before you rush into buying yourself one of these phones, slow down and think twice. Because with this price range you can get a far better phone.