Many manufacturers have entered the foldable device market, so it finally feels like there are a lot of options. Foldables aren’t cheap yet, and we’re still a few years away, but there’s competition that will help keep prices down and polish the rough edges of early models.
Honor announces start of global rollout of Magic Vs at MWC, Oppo Find N2 Flip goes global in February, Tecno unveils its first foldable, the Phantom V Fold, OnePlus confirms it’s working on a foldable products, Realme is testing its own project, Google will finally stop delaying the release of the Pixel Fold, and more. Of course, there are also rumors about Apple’s foldable phone.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 • Tecno Phantom V Fold • Oppo Find N2 • Xiaomi Mix Fold 2
Honor Magic vs. Huawei Mate Xs 2 • vivo X Fold+
Although Samsung still dominates the market, things are starting to change. Even now there is competition, and it will heat up significantly before 640 is over.
Are there any phones with the right features at the right price for you to try out the new form factor? If you’ve already bought a foldable, how does it perform? Vote below or use this page.
in previous surveys In this article, we grouped all foldable devices into one category, but we suspect that most of you are only interested in one form factor — horizontal or vertical? Most manufacturers are focusing on larger horizontal phones, such as Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4, Honor Magic Vs, Oppo Find N2, Tecno Phantom V Fold, vivo X Fold+ and Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 (as well as Huawei phones).
Flip foldables are still rare, despite the Galaxy Z Flip4 and Motorola Razr 2023 No longer alone. There’s the Find N2 Flip, and vivo and OnePlus are said to be working on a vertically foldable device and a horizontally foldable device. It’s unclear which way Realme will go, but Samsung will definitely release one of them.