AlexP, 07 Jun 2019Yes, they do after Chinese companies didSamsung: *announces punch hole camera*
The Chinese: *decides to do a punch hole camera*
Samsung: *announces that they are working on an in-display camera*
The Chinese: *decides to do an in-display camera*
Ah, but if throwing SD card slot and 3.5mm jack is an innovation than yes they are quite innovative
queen, 18 May 2019you know why i love Samsung? they innovate innovation!! Yes, they do after Chinese companies did
Huawei is 'badder' in the game here!
pride man, 18 May 2019if Samsung will give it to me for free, I would love to.hahahahai will love too
Vvvky, 28 Apr 2019You can carry it in a bag and how comfortable will be the Fold in your pocket ? Lol.if Samsung will give it to me for free, I would love to.hahahaha
R.I.P Galaxy Fold... Hope Samsung can fix the problems with the screen
you know why i love Samsung? they innovate innovation!!
do you know this phone is made of plastic? and they havn't hought of adding metal frames either? if someone snatches it out of my hand they can twist and crush the whole thing & $2000 down the drain.
I think foldable phones are the future. Once again, Samsung is leading the way with everyone else playing catch up.
knightlore, 26 Apr 2019Never buy first generation tech ...Second generation Samsung Galaxy fold will be top ... but t... moreIf nobody buys the "first-gen" product, the manufacturer will think the product is a failure and won't make a successor.
CEO of Samsung Confirm to recall all Galaxy Fold and Cancel all Pre-Order by 31th May 2019
Ultimate Reviewer, 26 Apr 2019Iphones are also missing those features...Yes , bring up iphone on everything ....
forbes titled that galaxy fold has been cancelled by samsung
I am planning to buy a plate for kitchen or Fold for multipurpose any suggestions??
its funny how Samsung phones in Europe get Exynos 9820, but only the very expensive Galaxy Fold gets Snapdragon 855, because even Samsung knows that Exynos is not good enough
It was designed to meet a technological challenge, rather than consumers needs, it is more of a concept than a practicality, no doubt about its failure.
What an ugly thing, ewe!