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July 20, 2024

Best foldable smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Flip 5 to Google Pixel Fold

Arushi Sakhuja 
The world of smartphones is ever evolving, with each year bringing new phones replete not only with refreshed and upgraded features but also a new look. The most recent design evolution is that of foldable smartphones. These are compact, and allow the users to seamlessly fit them in their pockets and bags – a valid concern for many individuals. LuxeBook has narrowed down the list to help you with your quest.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 
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The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 is one of the best foldable smartphones available and is now available for pre-booking. This phone offers a unique and stylish foldable experience, with a Flex Window that is three times bigger than the previous generation. Additionally, the new Flipsuit Case provides device protection and comes with a changeable NFC card to match your Flex Window and case design.
Even when folded, the Galaxy Z Flip 5’s Flex Window allows easy access to widgets, such as weather updates, music, and global stock market information. You can also view your call history, reply to texts, and access Samsung Wallet on the go. This phone boasts a great camera, with the ability to capture stunning hands-free photos and improved Nightography.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5
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The Galaxy Z Fold 5 is a new release from Samsung, and it’s an impressive device. It’s one of the few foldable smartphones that has a larger screen, making it great for those who want a wide view. You can enjoy a great big-screen experience, and there’s a new S Pen Fold Edition that’s slimmer and more compact. The 7.6-inch Main Screen gives you an uninterrupted and expansive viewing experience, and you can watch your favourite movies in both portrait and landscape mode. The Galaxy Z Fold 5 keeps all the great features of the Fold 4 and adds some exciting upgrades.
Motorola Razr 40 
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The Razr 40 Ultra is currently one of the most coveted foldable smartphones on the market. It owes much of its popularity to the expansive cover display, which is the largest of any flip foldable and wraps around the two exterior cameras. This display can be used for notifications, widgets, selfies, games, and even full Android apps – although the interface may be more suitable for some than others. The battery life is impressive for a flip phone, and the main camera is also of high quality. The unique design of the phone starts with its cover display that stretches from edge to edge and has a high screen refresh rate.
Google Pixel Fold
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The Google Pixel Fold should definitely be on your list if you’re in the market for a foldable smartphone. It’s not surprising that Google’s foldable smartphones tend to focus more on delivering quality software than hardware. The form factor of the Google Pixel Fold is similar to that of European and Asian foldable phones, which is a positive thing. The outer display is wider and shorter, providing a more traditional smartphone feel that measures up to 5.8 inches. In comparison to the tall and narrow display of the Galaxy Z Fold 4, the cover screen of the Google Pixel Fold is more practical. When it’s time to unfold the Pixel Fold, you can adjust the angle to any degree between 0 and 180. Additionally, if you’re an avid photographer, you’ll be pleased to know that the Google Pixel Fold has the best smartphone camera available.
Oppo Find N2 Flip
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The Oppo Find N2 Flip clamshell phone boasts an impressive design, a large outer screen, and an extended battery life. It is a close contender to the Galaxy Z Flip series. The phone’s sleek appearance and impressive external display make it a standout device. The Oppo Find N2 Flip features dual rear cameras with a 50-megapixel primary camera and an 8-megapixel camera. Additionally, it has a single front camera with a 32-megapixel sensor for selfies. The phone is equipped with various sensors, including an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and fingerprint sensor. It also supports face unlock for added security.
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