It’s a promise many established Android manufacturers fail to make.
Microsoft’s foldable lacks quite a few features on paper, but NFC might be the most glaring omission.
It also looks like AT&T will carry the device in the US.
The next Huawei foldable smartphone could draw inspiration from Samsung’s foldable phones.
An internal document has reportedly revealed a mooted launch window too.
The new renders seem to answer several design-related questions about the upcoming foldable.
The Odyssey could include more than just a speed boost.
Is this the rumored Huawei Mate V?
Microsoft is apparently handling Android updates in-house as well.
Despite its name, this new foldable is the direct follow-up to the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Here’s everything we know!
Update: We’ve heard plenty about the Galaxy Z Flip 5G in recent weeks, and now we’ve got a 360-degree look at it.
Samsung’s cheapest foldable phone could still cost as much as a flagship.
It looks like Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 5G could pack the Snapdragon 865 Plus processor.
Update: The faster, pricier Galaxy Z Flip 5G is now up for general sale from Samsung.com and Samsung.ca.
Samsung debuted ultra-thin glass on the Galaxy Z Flip, and a new leak points to Huawei and Xiaomi buying the tech too.
It looks like the Razr 2 won’t be going head to head with Samsung’s new foldables later this year.
You might have to wait until next year to get a Galaxy Fold with an S-Pen.
It’s believed that the tech could be ready for Samsung’s 2021 foldable phones.
Foldable phones don’t seem to be going anywhere and it looks like Xiaomi is getting into the mix with its own device.
A phone, tablet, and laptop in one device?