Samsung is committed to widening its foldable phone lineup in 2021, and a new batch of concept images may offer insight as to the designs.
Industry analyst Ming Chi Kuo has weighed in on the foldable iPhone, with it expected in 2023 and 20 million being shipped in first year.
We could see a new foldable phone from Huawei in the form of the Mate X2 before the month ends, according to a post on Weibo.
Samsung’s addressed the issues from its ambitious predecessor in the Galaxy Z Fold2, but this foldable phone still lacks the multitasking we crave.
Looking at the second iteration of foldable phone from Samsung, it is more about design than specifications on the Galaxy Z Fold2.
The device was rumoured, and expected to debut on 5th August, but the Galaxy Z Flip 5G has broken cover early.
This according to a recent local podcast with Lenovo South Africa GM, Thibault Dousson, that touched on the razr.
We take a closer look at Huawei’s latest foldable phone.
Huawei gives its foldable 5G phone a refresh for 2020.
Samsung Mobile South Africa confirms what after-sales service will be offered locally for the Galaxy Z Flip’s screen.
How do Samsung’s first two foldable phones stack up against one another?
Spotted in leaks earlier this week, we now what Samsung’s latest foldable phone is packing.
The firm says the foldbot used in CNET’s recent test simply is not calibrated to the razr.
Not exactly a great vote of confidence in the build quality of the phone.
Needless to say you’ll want to head to an authorised repair centre to fix your new razr.
The device can be shown in both folded and unfolded modes.
Huawei has provided sales figures on the foldable Mate X, but we’re no closer to a local launch of the device.
Samsung mobile head offers more precise figure for sales of the company’s first foldable phone at CES 2020.