Flip phones, myths and benefits - Technocio

Flip phones, myths and benefits – Technocio

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Since 2019, Samsung has set a trend by presenting the first folding phones. Since then, these devices have been positioning themselves and creating fans around the world.

Foldable smartphones are a category of mobile devices that, since their launch in 2019, have captivated with their design, versatility, and efficient functionalities, changing the way of doing countless tasks from the palm of your hand.

This is reflected in the demand and increase of the foldable Samsung Galaxy in the smartphone market, which by 2021 reached nearly 10 million global shipments, an increase of 300% since 2020.

Samsung currently has 2 references: Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Fold, folding equipment, but designed for different audiences. The Galaxy Flip is a device built for self-expression by taking photos in a new way with Flex mode. The Galaxy Fold is a device of maximum productivity, with multitasking capabilities of a screen that doubles its size.

Samsung Galaxy foldables have changed the way we use mobile devices and accommodated different lifestyles for users around the world. Therefore, below, we leave you some myths and benefits to clear your doubts about these teams.

Myth: Flip phones are not rugged – FALSE

With each series, folding phones have improved their resistance. In the case of the Fold3 and Flip3, its structure consists of a very resistant but lightweight Armor aluminum frame, making it 10% more durable than its predecessors to protect the interior parts of the device.

Samsung has developed equipment with materials such as Gorilla Glass Victus Crystal, which is extremely resistant, used to cover both the back and the front of smartphones, which contributes to fewer scratches and, in turn, reduces damage. during a fall.

Myth: The screen is very delicate – FALSE

To substantiate their durability, Samsung devices have undergone an extensive series of tests, including a bend durability test. They are rated for safe use up to 200,000 folds, which is equivalent to 5 years of continuous use and have been verified by Bureau Veritas, the world leader in testing, inspection and certification services.

In addition, on the inside, these devices have Ultra Thin Glass, a panel layer and a protective, resistant and flexible film that provides extra rigidity to the touch.

Myth: A folding Smartphone cannot get wet – FALSE

Being a category of new devices, it has the feeling of fragility. However, they are IPX8 certified which is based on test conditions where the phones are submerged in up to 1.5 meters of fresh water for up to 30 minutes. Even its hinge repels dirt and, to the touch, conveys a very good feeling during the opening process.

Myth: The battery of these devices is not enough – FALSE

Samsung is constantly innovating and developing new products that meet the needs of its users; therefore, it reviews every detail to deliver devices with good performance. The batteries of the Fold3 (4400 mAh) and those of the Flip3 (3300 mAh) have an intelligent function that adjusts its power to the user’s habits to offer the best performance of the equipment.

Myth: A large foldable screen is not useful for productivity – FALSE

Contrary to popular belief, devices with a large screen like the Fold3 are the ideal tool to increase productivity. Thanks to its size, it is possible to multitask with its split screen function, which allows you to interact with up to 3 open applications at the same time, and 5 pop-up windows.

They also have the Samsung DeX function, which allows you to connect the mobile device to a TV, and have the desktop experience as if it were a computer.

This year, Samsung will continue to advance every detail of these devices to open up new experiences so users can discover different ways to do more of the things they love. If you want to know more about these smartphones, we invite you to watch the Galaxy Unpacked broadcast that will take place on August 10 at 8:00 am from our YouTube channel and news.samsung.com/co

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