Samsung Galaxy FOLD Review
It's been about a year since the Samsung galaxy fold has fully launched. Yet to this day It's still one of the most unique and refreshing devices that can be used to be able to seamlessly switch from different screen sizes to be able to watch YouTube and Netflix on a massive 7.3-inch display, yet still, be able to fit all that in my pocket. The device is game-changing.
Let me start off by saying, that if you're okay with spending $2000 on a smartphone, then this right here is the best your money can buy right now.
The Galaxy Fold is top of the line packed with specs, 12 gigabytes of ram, a triple camera setup including telephoto and wide-angle, as well as a massive 3,800-4,000 battery. Well, the front displayed design isn't the most appealing or futuristic.
Actually, it was found to be very underrated in a world where the average smartphone display is about 6 inches, and sometimes more the smaller, 4.7-inch display is perfect for one-handed use, which means simpler tasks like making phone calls or checking your notifications. It doesn't necessarily require you to open the device when unfolded your smartphone pretty much turns into a tablet.
You can open up to 3 applications simultaneously, and see more than you usually can on a single device. But not all applications for foldable devices are optimized. For example, compressed Instagram posts and stories are stretched out and appear much more blurry.
Similarly, some apps, such as YouTube Studio, do not support continuity and the larger display definitely gives you more strength and weaknesses. When watching video content and playing games are much more immersive than your standard smartphone display, and when you read E-Book, it essentially becomes a potential.
There's also no water and dust resistance so you have to be extra cautious when it's raining where your phone is close to water. Well, the strings of a gas-filled out wait shortcomings, paying a premium for new technology is rarely ever worth it, especially, for the average consumer.
An upgrade I could see would be a 120-hertz display of Samsung meeting with the next Gen galaxy screen. A problem you get is that one pending plastic is hidden in the middle and surprisingly it's not that obvious when you're looking at it from an angle or swiping around the screen the crease is something you're obviously going to do now when you connect with the entire galaxy.
I should point out that over time the device won't fold completely flat and that's probably because all the moving parts inside the hinge become loose. The more you use it regardless the folding mechanism of the device, it is sturdy enough to last a long time according to Samsung galaxy fold, which can be folded over 200,000 times which is about 5 years worth of folding.
Battery life has been amazing and the galaxy fold even with its larger display, I get about a day point 5 of use before having to charge the device. It supports wireless charging and wireless power-sharing that works perfectly.
SPEAKER ( top and bottom )
I would like to point out that, because of the nature of how it was built, the device also lacks firing speakers. Instead, there are 2 speakers on top and bottom which means that if you're holding your phone in landscape mode, your hands will be covered with speakers more often than not.
Samsung is releasing the galaxy flip and the second generation of the galaxy fold is slated for Q. 2 books which will be great alternatives in this foldable for the market. In this last part, the galaxy phone is a very fragile device and it's set up in just under a week of careful usage.