It's been a week of foldable phones, MKBHD covering the Moto RAZR and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip just a couple of days apart.
It's crazy to me that we're only just at the point of seeing foldable phones for real, years after OLEDs have been around, and that the materials used is so fragile. I had a Nokia flip phone which never encountered damage due to trapped dust. It even used pretty powerful magnets to keep closed and had a great flick to open action. Surely something that can be achieved in a far smaller mechanism these days, I mean look at how many magnets Apple put into the back of the iPad Pro to get their cases and keyboards to line up correctly.
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