The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and Flip series are in a league of their own. Kudos to Samsung for consistently improving and updating the previous models yearly. Now we’re in the fourth phase of perfecting a foldable smartphone. This time the hinges are more robust, things are more everything-proof, screens are brighter and faster, and the UI allows seamless work/play on the Fold.
It’s also sort of like having three phones at once. The front cover display is a proper smartphone itself, the inside main display is either like having two stuck together or a tablet but you already know that, right? Although, one can’t deny that it’s precisely why everything feels new and exciting on the Fold4 even though it’s a bit unreasonable.
Daily reading is simply better, Gmail conveniently places opened emails on the right side meanwhile the left side is for the inbox and gaming is better than even the Nintendo Switch (barring the quality of games of course). There’s a lot to love about the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 but I still don’t know if it’s a smartphone first or a tablet, or is it still a statement piece. What I can tell you is that this is the most easily available foldable smartphone and if we trust anyone to take a leap of faith with new technology, and also be patient enough to hone it till it becomes an industry practice, it’s Samsung.