Foldable Phones are Dying Off Instead of Becoming the Next Big Innovation

They have been hailed as the next big step in innovation, but they serve no practical purpose

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Foldables phones, such as Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, are fascinating. The hardware, foldable screen, and software innovations are noticeable, but does innovation always mean practicality…

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