You don’t need a foldable smartphone. Perhaps an ordinary mobile phone in your pocket will meet all your requirements. With it, you can access the Internet and applications, equip everything you need, and sometimes even use its camera. Point.
Or is things not so clear? Well, the role of manufacturers, in short, is to constantly bring new things and innovations and wait for some of them. After nearly 14 years of developing classic flat smartphones, according to several brands, it’s time for the next natural step called a flexible smartphone.
However, there is a split among users. On the other hand, they consider the current smartphones to be good but boring. Annual changes in cameras are almost insignificant, only monitors are noticed with improved monitors.
Take a look at the photos taken with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G puzzle:
We’ve reached a point where the new and classic high-end phones seem unable to fully admire their improvements. On the other hand, when something innovative finally comes in the form of flexible screens, many are wondering – do I need it at all? This creates a particular quandary and there are no clear answers.
The biggest player in the field of foldable smartphones is Samsung. It has been a flexible puzzle since 2019 and owns more than 80% of foldable smartphone sales in the global market. According to analysts, the situation will continue as it progresses significantly.
Source: Elizabeth Harry Gavend / HN
Where others have introduced the first or second generation of their puzzles, Samsung has already decorated the third generation. He has equipment in two forms and has already introduced six novelties for storing meters. It jumped from half a million units in 2019 to more than 2.5 million units sold in 2020.
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