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  • “FoldGate” with Samsung Fold?

    Posted on Nathan Parker Comment on the AskWoody Lounge

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     Nathan Parker 1 month ago.

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      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      I’ve been reading reports in the news about issues with the new Samsung Fold phone and the display (this being the most extreme, but coming from a Mac news site, it would be: https://www.macworld.com/article/3390439/samsung-galaxy-foldgate-apple-folding-iphone.html).

      Anyone planning on shelling out $2,000 for the new foldie or giving it a pass?

      Nathan Parker

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      Lugh
      AskWoody_MVP

      Yeah, a number of reviewers on tech sites have had hardware breakage after only a few days normal usage. Back to the drawing board.

      Even if it was perfect, at $2K this is only for enthusiasts. There are so many other excellent Samsung, Huawei etc phones which give real value for money.

      Lugh.
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      NetDef
      AskWoody_MVP

      I’m waiting for the first report of a cookie crumb or large sand/dust particle being caught in that fold . . . and the subsequent warranty request result.

      What’s that crunching sound?

      ~ Group "Weekend" ~

    • #564673 Trash | Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      I’m personally an iPhone user (tried Android once and while powerful, I missed the polish with iOS), and I have the iPhone XS, and I cringed at the $1,000+ price on it (I did the iPhone Upgrade program just because I couldn’t bring myself to pay the cost up front). $2,000 for an Android phone that brings us back to a “flip phone” after smartphone manufactuerers have been trying to get us off of “flip phones”? Not my thing.

      Nathan Parker

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