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ADDITIONAL REVIEW NOTES:
Will Folding Phones Replace Regular Phones?
Positives & Negatives
Maps is fantastic! I love the large square view
Great for split screen too if you use some othe
Front screen too narrow to type well and the big screen in the middle required two hands
+2) OTHER APPS
Everyone talks about multitasking, but I usually just used one app at a time (unless i was driving)
Split screen essentially gives you two full size phones side by side, that are connected
I used Brave browser with multiple tabs – easier to read, easy to toggle tabs, easy to get a desktop like experience
WAYYY better for researching
Honestly even better than tablets in many regards. I prefer a laptop of course, but I would say this is number two, before tablets and definitely before slab phones
I love how apps like messages will just show conversations on the right and the list of conversations on the left – very useful!
Email is the same way
Some apps get mad and won’t open (earbud tester app) unless you split screen
Since we are talking about the future of foldables, this will definitely improve
+3) Cool features
Fold to use as a tripod for the camera – in any orientation
Fold to use as a tripod for the flashlight
Fold to use as a stand for watching videos
I actually use this last one all the time
-3) Aspect ratio
At least right now, videos are not formatted for these aspect ratios. I think someday the folding phones will have a more consistent aspect ratio (wider front display and less square middle)
So much wasted space!
BUT the middle display is really large, so you are still getting a better viewing experience than most other devices
+4) Pen and large writing space
I can legitimately get a lot of work done. Reading contracts is amazing, signing is amazing,and sometimes even taking notes
but the pen is too large to carry around unfortunately
-4) I never use the pen case (I bought one, but it just sits on my desk) – this really needs a pen silo. If it had that, then folding phones could really have some major advantages over slab phones
+5) Fun, novel, and interesting
-5) I wish Snapchat had a preview mode for the rear display – the interior screen sucks, but sometimes I want to use the rear lenses
+6) Most of the drawbacks people expect before using a foldable were a non issue for me – durability, weight, thickness, the crease in the middle, the under display camera quality
-6) Hard to make these dust resistant
Mine already gets creaky when I open it
It is hard to explain the increased productivity I have with this phone. It is smaller than a tablet, so you can actually type on it, and the crease makes me want to multitask. At the same time the larger display in comparison to a traditional phone makes it easier to read/multitask/use s-pen
I think this needs to be wider and slimmer
I don’t think they will replace slab phones. I think they will coexist and we will eventually see foldables steal a larger market share, but I am not convinced they will be a majority, but I could see them getting much more popular than they currently are
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