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Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold2 5G folding smartphone is now available in some countries. I haven't been able to purchase it yet, but a friend of mine, @bluelion0516, got it and showed it to me as soon as he could.
I always cover Samsung's new product launches, but due to the new coronavirus, the Galaxy Z Fold2 launch was online only this year. I was finally able to touch the actual device.
Now, after touching the Galaxy Z Fold 2, my impressions are that the improvements from the original Galaxy Fold have gone beyond the level of minor changes and have significantly increased usability. It's a great piece of work that we can call this a "complete folding phone". I particularly liked the following five points
The 6.2-inch full-screen display is still usable when closed.
Open it up and it becomes a 7.6-inch tablet without a notch.
The Multi-window (app) is now easier to use.
The display can be fixed at some desired angle.
Flex mode for effective use of the large screen.
As this is a product that moves by closing and opening the display, we thought a video review would be easier to understand, so here's the video.
I am quite satisfied with the Galaxy Z Fold 2 because I used the original Galaxy Fold. It's a high-quality finish for a normal smartphone with good texture and crisp movement. It's priced at nearly $2,000, but it seems to be a product that lives up to its price.
This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl. The Japanese edition of Engadget does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this article.