Foldable equipment is a reality. We have the Galaxy Fold, the Huawei Mate X and Mate Xs and even lesser-known devices like the Royole FlexPai and FlexPai 2. So, we ask you a question: would you be able to use a foldable smartphone in your daily life?
We are aware that the main reason for not using a foldable will be its price. So let’s take that factor out of the equation. If money weren’t a problem, would you buy and use a folding cell phone as your daily equipment?
Click on the image to answer the survey or on this link. We will keep this poll going for a few days and we will post the responses later, to understand what our followers prefer.
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Advantages of having a foldable device
The logic of folding mobile phones is that the user has a full-sized screen when closed and a tablet when open. This format brings benefits in terms of productivity and consumption of multimedia or even in games.
In addition, in theory, having a foldable mobile phone with a flexible screen gives it more resistance than traditional equipment with metal and glass. Folding equipment screens use flexible materials to build their screens, and a fall is no longer a critical situation.
Disadvantages of having foldable equipment
First, state the obvious: the fold. being a mobile phone with a folding screen, there is a risk of wear associated with it. Companies like Samsung and Huawei say the folds can last for years with normal daily use but it is still too early to make any kind of claims.
Additionally, the thickness of the device can be a negative point for those who want a compact mobile phone. Handling folding equipment also requires some adaptation, and accessories such as covers are difficult to find.
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