Smartphones have evolved a fair bit with regard to screen real estate – the bezels are as thin as they can get, front-facing cameras are no more a hindrance with under-display camera tech, and the display quality has gone through the roof in the last couple of years. Still, there is a lot more to be desired when we see the unique form factor of a foldable device or a rollable phone that’s eye-popping. So, what smartphone will be the most trusted design in terms of its display technology in a couple of years? Let’s find out.
Samsung can be crowned the undisputed leader in foldable phones – a fashion set in motion with the Galaxy Fold. This triggered Motorola to come with its own version of the nostalgic Razr, and now once a crazy display technology, it has become mainstream with time and more companies including Huawei exploring its options. Learning from its experience with the first generation Galaxy Fold, Samsung made worthy improvements in the Galaxy Z Fold 2 – giving it the hard to achieve balance of flagship-level specifications and design.
The phone targeted at demanding multitaskers has everything you can ask for in a premium device, plus a little extra in the