GALAXY Z FLIP DURABILITY TEST AND TEARDOWN RAISE SOME CONCERNS

Samsung has finally announced its four bets for the early half of 2020 and, unsurprisingly, the Galaxy Z Flip has taken much of the spotlight because of its novel technology. The design, of course, isn’t completely original but the implementation that uses a flexible screen will naturally have people take a second look. As expected, it has been compared and … Continue reading

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