Using A Flip Phone In 2017…

The Samsung Folder2 is one of the last of a dying breed of phones… The Flip Phone. Of course the Folder2 is far more advanced than those old school flip phones like the Motorola Razer etc. The Folder2 runs Android, features dual cameras and a touch screen. The Folder2 is unlikely to replace your iPhone X, iPhone 8 or Galaxy S8 but for the right person it just might be what they’re looking for. I have to admit, there’s something satisfying about flipping a phone and having a good old fashioned phone call. The Folder2 retails for around $350 (converted price) and is available in parts of Asia including South Korea. The camera is probably the most disappointing part of this device as it’s no where near the expected quality of a Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Note 8, iPhone 8 or iPhone X. That said, it’s only $350 so it’s tough to compare to Apple’s and Samsung’s flagship smartphones. I’m thinking the the Folder2 could be popular amongst the older generation, those looking to avoid devices that are fully touch navigated like the Galaxy S8 or iPhone X.

Does this thing remind you of your first phone? Do you think the Samsung Folder2 should still exist in 2017?

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  1. This is something I always wanted instead of the iPhone just as it was killing the flip phones. If I had the money to blow I would get this. Samsung was my last flip phone that I had and was truly reliable for 7 years of my youth.

  2. I guess I'm very very old as my first cellphone was a big huge Motorola phone which the bottom flipped open to to talk and had to slid the antennae out the top of the phone. I had to carry a piece of paper with me with my contacts and phone numbers on it as the Motorola phone couldn't even save contacts in the phone. back then there was no such thing as text messaging or data on the phone either. just talking only. and the bloody phone would die after only 1 hour of use. and then took 5-6 hours to charge the thing. Only had a number pad, and answer and end the call button pretty much all it had. Man has technology changed so quickly compared to those olden days. back then I didn't even have a computer at home yet either and no internet back then either.


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