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The Galaxy Fold was the original folding smartphone, and so the line comprised of its successors has always been incredibly important throughout these past few years, especially as they have always been the most geographically spread folding smartphones you can buy. The most recent iteration is still the Galaxy Fold4, at least until Samsung announces the Fold5 later this month, so we decided it's time to take this one for an extended spin.
The Fold4 has more direct competition than any of its predecessors, even if a lot of its direct competitors aren't available officially outside of China. Thus, the Samsung 'Fold' is still, for many people, the benchmark for this phone-folds-out-into-a-mini-tablet form factor, and, of course, it helps that it comes from a brand that's well-known across the globe, and with a very long software update window as well - that's more of a thing throughout the Android world today, but it hasn't always been.
So, the Galaxy Z Fold4 (which we'll simply refer to as "Fold4" from now on), on paper, looks like a solid contender even today. But does that translate into a great user experience day-in and day-out when you have this as your one and only smartphone? That's what we're trying to find out in this review.
We've lived exclusively with the Fold4 for many weeks now, and are ready to share our thoughts. Is the Samsung Fold still the best non-Flip foldable that you can officially buy internationally? Or is the market leader in dire need of severe changes, which will hopefully be implemented with the release of the Fold5? Let's explore together. Join us over the next few pages to see if Samsung's software advantage is still big enough to negate some of its hardware oddities.
Hinge broke after a tumble samsung want 593 to fix still in warranty and samsung brochure says it can survive a fumble and tumble bullshit
Blardy Samsung Z Fold 4 is a scam phone, pls dont buy , used mine for about 4 months plus, and the inner screen was not working, sent to samsung service centre, they said have to change the inner screen and it cost about RM2350,(Malaysia) , no choice...
I purchased Samsunf Fold-3 Phone with 2 years warrenty. Within 40 days of very very light usage, the Inside screen developed a big black line in between and the right side of screen not sending touch , the left side is ok. This is clearely a manufact...