Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G could massively outsell its predecessor

How quickly can an inherently flawed mobile technology mature in this day and age? Judging from the , which and almost surprisingly refined despite its predecessor’s highly publicized manufacturing defects, the answer can be as quickly as one year.

Of course, it’s far too early to know how ‘s second-gen foldable flagship will hold up in long-term real-world usage, and until Corning rolls out a Gorilla Glass generation capable of bending, it’s certainly wise to expect a higher degree of frailty from these bad boys when compared to conventional smartphones.

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