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Verdict on Google’s Pixel Fold

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Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold line is the undisputed champion of large flexible phones. But – outside of China – it holds that title by default. With the Pixel Fold, Google has created a foldable competitor that directly addresses some of Samsung’s (and foldables’) weaknesses. Google says more than 50 first-party apps are already optimized for use on devices like the Pixel Fold. Some of the improvements we’ve seen before, like YouTube’s tabletop mode. But since it’s made by the same company that makes Android, there’s more here. This also includes third-party apps like WhatsApp, where you can share photos from Google Photos just by dragging and dropping.


According to Engadget’s Sam Rutherford, the Pixel Fold’s smart hinge and thin body make it easy to use and carry, while its wider body makes the phone’s external screen more usable. With better cameras and a UI tweak to make multitasking a bit easier, the Pixel Fold holds up more than Samsung’s Z Fold 4. Main Challenge: This prize of $1,799. Check out the full review here.

–Matt Smith

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