Samsung is used to doing what others may see as impossible. It is difficult to stand out in the highly competitive phone market, where there are so many manufacturers that compete and keep innovating.
Samsung has introduced many of its innovations in the field of phones, and has progressed to maintain its position as the leading giant in the industry.
Indeed, innovations in display, semiconductor, camera and battery technologies made by Samsung have greatly advanced the industry, as well as in terms of look, design and hardware structures.
After several years of hard work on technology, Samsung came out with its first foldable phone in 2019, and the original Galaxy Fold was really special. It showed the world that foldable phones are not a gimmick, and can be used as everyday devices.
The company promises its fans that over the next two years it will significantly improve its foldable lineup, and the Korean company has added a clamshell model and perfectly positioned the Galaxy Z Flip (a fashionable accessory), while the Galaxy Z Fold has become more durable and powerful, making it the perfect choice. For power users everywhere.
Many observers believe that Samsung has just started, and it has a lot of development ahead. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 are scheduled to be unveiled on August 10, and all the developments and enhancements introduced by their third-generation predecessors will be improved.
Samsung may break a legendary number after only 3 years
What Samsung has established over the past year is that foldable devices are here to stay and are the future of the mobile industry. As confirmed by the company today They shipped nearly 10 million foldable phones worldwide last year, and that’s a 300% growth compared to 2020.
It seems a lot of people around the world have voted for Samsung with their cash for foldable phones, these foldable devices are not cheap Android phones, yet people are happy to spend over $1,000 on a Samsung foldable phone.
It’s incredible that in the space of three years Samsung has managed to inspire so much with confidence in a product that some felt would be nothing more than a novelty (i.e. a temporary and out-of-date fad).
And when the new foldable devices arrive next month, it is very likely that after a year the company will have sold over 10 million units, an incredible number!
Even many who already own one will undoubtedly buy the new models, and all who use a foldable Galaxy will inevitably upgrade.
Also people who have been watching from afar but have seen people around them use these phones without any problems for over a year will be more willing to take the opportunity to use the latest models.
For a company that has long been (unjustly) accused of being a counterfeit, Samsung has shown that it has the technical capabilities to develop and to take risks that will define the future of the phone industry, and while Apple remains OK to rest on its laurels, Samsung is actively working to change things for the better.
This is not the first precedent for Samsung and it is doing this for the first time, we all remember when the company transformed the phone landscape with the amazing Galaxy Note series, and pushed the industry to adopt bigger screens, and even as everyone abandoned the pen phones, Samsung insisted on continuing and made the Galaxy Note series one One of its most successful products.
Do you own a Samsung phone? What do you think of the phones of the Korean giant?