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[Poll Results!] Are you going to buy the Galaxy Z Flip?

Whether you love it or hate it, the Galaxy Z Flip is difficult to ignore, so we’re making a poll for it. It’s one of the most unique smartphones on the market right now, and it’s turning heads for many reasons, such as the exquisite build or the polarizing price tag.

The Galaxy Z Flip was unveiled at Unpacked along with the Galaxy S20 series, but interestingly enough, Samsung has launched its foldable device ahead of its trio of ‘candy-bar’ flagships. The Galaxy Z Flip had a fairly short pre-registration period but it is now shipping to customers in various markets, at least where it hasn’t already been sold out.

This is Samsung’s second foldable device based on flexible display technology, and some of our readers who have skipped the original Galaxy Fold have been waiting for a less experimental device to drop. The Galaxy Z Flip seems to be just that, as it builds on the foundation laid down by the Fold and improves key areas including the durability of the flexible screen.

We’d love to hear our readers’ opinions regarding the Galaxy Z Flip, so we’re inviting you to participate in the poll below. Are you going to buy Samsung’s new foldable? Will you skip this model as well? Are you undecided? Vote below and feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.

Poll Results: Interestingly, 33% of all participants say that they don’t see the point in foldable smartphones. 26% are waiting for a different foldable, likely the Galaxy Fold’s successor, while 25% are considering it but feel that the price is too high. It goes to show that despite the widespread appeal, foldable smartphones like the Galaxy Z Flip still remain a very niche product.

Are you buying the Galaxy Z Flip?
  • No, I don't see the point in foldables 33%, 314 votes
    314 votes 33%
    314 votes - 33% of all votes
  • No, I'm waiting for a different foldable 26%, 246 votes
    246 votes 26%
    246 votes - 26% of all votes
  • I'm considering it but the price is a barrier 25%, 237 votes
    237 votes 25%
    237 votes - 25% of all votes
  • Yes, I love the compact design 8%, 80 votes
    80 votes 8%
    80 votes - 8% of all votes
  • Yes, the cool factor is too high to resist 8%, 74 votes
    74 votes 8%
    74 votes - 8% of all votes
Total Votes: 951
14 February 2020 - 24 February 2020
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Pr1m3MOD
Pr1m3MOD

It’s still to early for this kind of phone.
The thing can be scrached with your fingernails and its more than a grand for it.
Until the screens are more reliable I don’t see the point of getting foldable phones.

Farzad77fdbzh
Farzad77fdbzh

Anybody can to find watch face thome brown ??

PookiePrancer
PookiePrancer

Waiting for the Fold 2.

Gunter2
Gunter2

Waiting for a Fold (tablet, not flip) when it has a no crease real glass screen (if ever possible) a proper sized secondary screen, no huge notch on the big screen and sPen compatibility.

JSH1973
JSH1973

2 more iterations and the price will be a 3rd of what it is now for the same spec phone and that will be more than good enough for a lot of people and it will sell even better than it already does

ijazali
ijazali

Except that u r filthy rich like fifty shades of grey, i don’t see the point in purchasing this phone. Even if u can afford it, i mean what’s the point. Real life it will be a barrier folding and unfolding ur phone.

Gunter2
Gunter2

50 shades of grey?? Lol. Is that so he can whip his own arse with the phone? Could you not think of someone really rich rather than a fictional pervert? Lolol. I don’t think anyone needs to rich to afford a miserable 50 or 60 bucks a month on a carrier plan! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

dagger1
dagger1

I think Samsung took a a right step in the compact design. That being said, it’s too pricey, hardware-wise its not very impressive and it would be annoying to have to unfold it just to check the phone like it seems it would be the case.
Besides, foldable phones are still extremely recent and as the fiasco with Galaxy Fold showed, the technology still needs more maturing. You are basically paying an exhorbitant ammount to be a beta tester.

Gunter2
Gunter2

Very good points. Wholeheartedly agree.

TECHFRIEND
TECHFRIEND

Up voted for solid points. However, “…and it would be annoying to have to unfold it just to check the phone like it seems it would be the case.”

Future models will have a nicer, cleaner screen with Notifications visible without flipping the phone open.

Anyways, I’ll wait for V4/5 before jumping. ๐Ÿ˜€

Landon A
Landon A

Not until they’re as good, spec-wise, as non-foldables.