Samsung Foldable Future
Previously in 2019, it seemed as though foldable smartphones were the answer to a question that nobody had asked. Worse, they quickly became problematic for their manufacturers; Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold, for example, suffered multiple delays, hardware faults and a full-on PR disaster when it launched three years ago.
But here we are, one long pandemic later, and not only do we have a third iteration of the Galaxy Z Fold, but it has also taken precedence over Samsung’s highly popular Note series – which was not refreshed for 2021. So are we looking at the first ‘mainstream’ foldable smartphone, or is the Galaxy Z Fold 3 just a poor substitute for a Note 21?
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 review: Design
It’s a little ironic that the Fold 3, with its squared frame, almost looks like two skinny Note handsets stuck together when folded; it’s a slim smartphone, with a 6.2in outer display, that folds out into a mini tablet, with a 7.6in inner display. The key points for this to work are its hinge and its foldable display – both of which are very delicate innovations.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 review: Features
Feature-wise, there are an abundance of work-centric improvements on the Fold. It has S-Pen support, with two stylus models available: the S-Pen Fold Edition or the S-Pen Pro. Both are sold separately and neither were made available to IT Pro for this review, presumably because – unlike the Note 20 – the Fold doesn’t have a dedicated slot for a stylus. For that, you need to buy a case.
That being said, there are better reasons to buy the Fold 3 than there were for its predecessors: it’s (slightly) tougher, the 120Hz refresh rate on both displays is a joy, it has much more power and the software is fantastic and intuitive. What’s more, it’s clear that the Fold is now a key part of the Samsung smartphone family, so we can presumably expect it to get even better. But for right now, we have a pretty worthy foldable at our fingertips.
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