In its race to be the first to market with a foldable smartphone Samsung forgot the far more attractive proposition of being the best.
It's not a good time to be a folding phone maker if your name is Samsung, but it's a good time to be a podcaster, whatever your name is.
About a week before Samsung’s highly anticipated Galaxy Fold hits the consumer market, a few journalists seem to be experiencing issues with their review units.
If we didn't know any better, we'd say that this video of Samsung's Galaxy Fold smartphones being tested was part of a much longer video. A video involving some early-2000s band, possibly transformed into monkeys and singing about... well, you decide what they're singing about. It's got the same sort of vibe.
Samsung’s folding smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, has prompted more than a little talk. Most of this has been about the phone’s so-called crease, the central area of the phone where the actual display bends. The company has been going to great lengths to conceal the line down the middle of the screen. When the phone was revealed in February this year, Samsung didn’t actually allow f...[Read More]
Stuff spoke to Samsung Electronics SA's CMO about folding phones, mobile payments and teaching Bixby local languages.
Stuff editor-in-chief Toby Shapshak sits down with Justin Hume, director of product and marketing for Samsung Mobile South Africa, to talk about the new S10 range, the Galaxy Fold and what it is that sets Samsung's latest devices apart from the pack.
Foldable smartphones are here and they're the most exciting thing to happen in the mobile sector in years... but you still shouldn't buy one.
With an opening act that sounded more like the intro for an old-school Disney film, Samsung's Unpacked 2019 event jumped right into the reveal of the Galaxy Fold. Yeah, that name's official. And appropriate.