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‘An Embarrassment From Start to Finish’

[2020-01-24 13:50:45]

Ron Amadeo, reviewing the Samsung Galaxy Fold for Ars Technica: And that brings us to today — the Ars review. This one is going to be a little different, since I don’t think the Galaxy Fold has any viability as a serious device anyone should consider purchasing. Should you buy a Galaxy Fold? NO! God no. Are you crazy? The sky-high price, durability issues, nascent form factor, and new screen technology should rule the phone out for just about everyone. Worth reading and looking at the screenshots comparing it to normal top-tier Android phones. The Fold’s font screen is nearly worthless and the interior “big” screen displays significantly less content in most apps. Jiminy.  ★ 

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