Samsung Galaxy Fold

Samsung Galaxy Fold Vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: Are They Same?

The foldable phones seemed to be the fantasy for Samsung. The South Korean company strived over their foldable phone and now they will launch the whole new series in 2020. The fantasy turned into reality in 2019, when the first Foldable device by Samsung was launched. It was typically named Samsung Galaxy Fold.

Samsung Galaxy Fold

At the start of 2020, Samsung Galaxy Z a.k.a Z Flip surfaced online. It was again a foldable phone which intrigued people a lot. But there raises a question: Are Samsung Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z same?

If we answer it right then there is a big NO… hence it can be clearly discovered in the following illustration:

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Samsung Galaxy Z

The Foldable technology is among the latest mechanisms Samsung is using in its flagships. After the huge success of Samsung Galaxy Fold, the company led their ideas towards the infinity scale. To bring innovation in the Infinity Flex Display of Samsung Galaxy Fold, which closes like a book horizontally. Samsung Galaxy banged the market with a vertical flip, more relatable like a Motorola Razr-the first foldable smartphone by Motorola.

Foldable Phones

Talking about the features, you may get stunned by the Samsung Galaxy Fold engine but Samsung Z flip isn’t that impressive. Let’s find out, which aced the technical platform:

Samsung Galaxy Z/Z Flip

Samsung Galaxy Z is not exactly the Galaxy Fold 2, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is coming at Unpacked 2020 as a clamshell-style flip phone like Motorola’s Razr.

The Galaxy Z Flip overlays along with its level hub with a 6.7-inch internal display. That collapsing OLED board is FHD+ and a tall 22:9 angle proportion. To forestall the harm the Galaxy Fold was so defenceless to, the Z Flip uses Ultra-Thin Glass. There’s additionally an external display that is around 1-inch in size, sufficiently enormous to show notifications and the time. The gadget additionally runs a Snapdragon 855+, 8GB of RAM, and has a 3,300 mAh battery as well.

The Z Flip likewise comes in two colors, black and purple, and features double 12MP cameras on the outside. What will it cost? Obviously, around $1,500 or can be more.

Pros:

  • Latest Clamshell Display
  • Up-to-Date Android
  • Incredible Memory
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+
  • Fast/wireless charging

Cons:

  • No Water/Dust Resistance
  • No Memory Card Slot

Samsung Galaxy Fold

The appearance of the Samsung Galaxy Fold offers you the chance to have Samsung mobiles and tablets, with a 2-in-1 plan that just bodes well – if the bendable screen innovation holds up.

It was a tall, restricted 4.6-inch collapsed display behind glass outwardly with the foldable, smaller than expected tablet-like 7.3-inch ‘primary’ show behind plastic within. Samsung calls this the Infinity Flex Display, and its plan truly dazzles.

Likewise returning is smartphone haul. In its collapsed display, the Galaxy Fold is 17.1mm thick and weighs 276g; for correlation, the enormous and-overwhelming Note 10 Plus is simply 7.9mm and 196g.

Samsung could have picked to incorporate the better-quality Snapdragon 855 Plus, however it stayed with the setup declared in April. Even more critically, it has 12GB of RAM that gives it a high return when numerous applications are open. It earned a multi-centre score of 2,598, as indicated by the Geekbench 5 benchmarking tests.

The Cover Display has a solitary 10MP selfie camera with an f2.2 aperture, a pixel size of 1.22 microns, and a field of perspective on 80 degrees.

On the rear of the Fold, the three back cameras come directly from the S10 Plus: a 12MP primary camera, a 12MP fax camera and the 12MP ultra-wide camera.

Samsung’s 4,380mah battery is amazing in its 7.3-inch display. The amalgamation of enormous battery and the big screen is extremely stunning for gaming and absolute multitasking.

Pros:

  • 3” Infinity Flex Display display
  • Gigantic Battery
  • 512GB in-built memory
  • 12GB impressive RAM
  • The collapsed screen is magnificent

Cons:

  • The processor could be better
  • Lack of a microSD card slot
  • Sound Quality isn’t enough for Dual display gadget
FeaturesSamsung Galaxy FoldSamsung Galaxy Z
DisplayMain Display

7.3″ QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED Display (4.2:3)

Infinity Flex Display (2152×1536)

Cover Display

4.6″ HD+ Super AMOLED Display (21:9)

720×1680

Clamshell design

6.7-inch Internal display

1-inch External display

CameraCover Camera: 10MP Selfie Camera

Dual Front Camera:

10MP Selfie Camera

8MP RGB Depth Camera

Triple Rear Camera:

16MP Ultra Wide Camera

12MP Wide-angle Camera

12MP Telephoto Camera

Single Selfie Camera:

10MP, f/2.4 punch-hole front camera

Triple Rear Camera:

12 MP, f/1.8, 27mm (wide), 1/2.55″, 1.4µm, Dual Pixel PDAF, OIS
12 MP, f/2.2, 12mm (ultrawide)

 

RAM12GB8GB
ROM512GB256GB
Battery4380mAh3300 mAh
ProcessorQualcomm SM8150 Snapdragon 855+ (7nm)Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
Available Colors Space Silver, Cosmos BlackBlack, Purple

Price Variation

In both of Samsung’s Foldable flagships, prices may have been decided upon the sizes. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip has an average size of 6.7” which is pretty common now in many smartphones of various brands. The price of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is $1380. While, in comparison, Samsung Galaxy Fold flaunts a 7.3” screen and costs around $1980 in the United States.

Last Word

Samsung has successfully doubled down the foldable mobiles trends by surfacing another flagship under the banner. The Samsung Unpacked event held in San Francisco brought forward the future of Samsung: Foldables and 5G networking. This event has rewarded the world with Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup and most anticipated Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. Samsung Galaxy Fold stood as the crown prince of Foldable phones but Samsung Z Flip has to position itself above the Motorola Razr (which has the value of $1,499) in the US.

Hence, it’s time to witness the success of the latest foldable by Samsung. Do let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Have a great day!

Vaibhav S
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