We’ve already seen plenty of leaks, but we’re hoping to see pricing and availability too.
The Microsoft Surface Duo is finally in our hands. What do you get for $1,400? Let’s take a look.
Samsung is reportedly positioning the Galaxy Z Fold series as an eventual successor to the Galaxy Note line as well.
It looks like Motorola is clearing out its stock ahead of the expected second-generation Razr reveal.
The companies’ patents would both reduce stress on your foldable phone’s screen as it bends.
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.