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Samsung Galaxy Fold review: A costly experiment

Click. Smack. Click. Smack. Click. Smack. I feel bad for the people in my life because everywhere I've been for the past week, the sounds of opening and closing Samsung's Galaxy Fold have followed. Even if you're not prone to fidgeting,…
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Samsung’s Galaxy Fold has a fundamentally broken display

We all knew first-gen foldables were going to face issues, however I don’t think any could’ve foreseen the like of the catastrophic screen destruction currently plaguing Samsung‘s category debut. Samsung first began teasing their exciting new ‘foldable’ phone (tablet?) back in late 2018, yet when they finally unveiled the device earlier this year at Samsung […]

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Say adios! to $2,000 by pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy Fold today

After the excitement and curiosity of Samsung unveiling the Galaxy Fold during the Galaxy S10 launch back on February 20th, and then coyly hiding it behind a shiny glass enclosure during MWC 2019, the folding smartphone is finally up for pre-order in the US. If you have a spare $ 2,000 lying around that is. Once […]

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Galaxy Fold only uses Snapdragon processors

Samsung typically releases Snapdragon and its own in-house Exynos variants of their flagship phones, however this will thankfully not be the case for their foldable debut. Samsung has been manufacturing their own ‘Exynos’ mobile chips for years, though only began utilising them in their flagship-tier devices with the release of their Galaxy S6 and its […]

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[Download] Grab the wallpapers from the Samsung Galaxy Fold here

Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Fold smartphone during the Galaxy S10 Unpacked event on February 20th sporting a $ 1,980 price tag and a May 3rd launch date. If you found the Galaxy Fold’s wallpapers to be alluring, you are in luck because you can download them after the break in their full resolution. Thanks to the […]

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Forget the Galaxy Fold, Huawei’s 5G foldable smartphone has the X factor

MWC 2019 has kicked off in Barcelona and Huawei has unveiled its foldable smartphone, the Mate X, complete with 5G connectivity, 55W SuperCharge technology, and a display that unfolds to an 8-inch panel. Unlike Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, the Mate X’s display folds on the outside of the device, which expands to an 8-inch panel. According […]

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The Morning After: The problem with the Galaxy Fold

Welcome to your weekend! Did you hear? Foldable phones are a real thing. Beside Samsung's big Unpacked showcase, we re-reviewed PlayStation's streaming service, we need to (and do) talk about Huawei's rough year and dream of solar farms in space. MWC…
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Intel’s self-driving supergroup brings Fiat Chrysler into the fold

Intel's self-driving supergroup has added another member to the team: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). The partnership, which already includes BMW, Intel and Mobileye, has ambitious plans to get autonomous vehicles on the road by 2021, and FCA's incl…
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Sprint brings entry-level LG K3 into the fold; Boost and Virgin Mobile call dibs

Sprint unveiled the LG K3, the latest addition to LG’s midrange K family of phones. Boasting entry-level specs, the K3 can be purchased through both Boost and Virgin Mobile, as long as that’s through their online stores.

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LG Phoenix 2 enters the prepaid fold with Marshmallow goodness and low price tag

AT&T announced the LG Phoenix 2, the newest addition to the carrier’s GoPhone prepaid lineup. Rocking Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the Phoenix 2 is currently available for purchase for a measly $ 100.

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