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Poll of the Week: Are You Buying a Mid-Spec foldable Phone for $ 1000?



Foldable phones are still out of reach for most people, no thanks to their high prices. The recently announced Moto Razr 5G launched for $ 1400, the Galaxy Z Flip is now $ 1299 and the new Galaxy Z Fold 2 is $ 1999. Only a handful of people can afford to pay the above prices for a phone.

Galaxy Z Fold 2 presented

There are rumors that Samsung is working on an affordable Galaxy Z Fold, unofficially dubbed the Galaxy (Z) Fold Lite. We don’t know how much the technical data will be weakened compared to the existing models or what compromises Samsung will make in order to keep the price down. Even so, we decided to do a survey to see if people were ready to buy a mid-spec foldable phone.

Yes, we know that both the Moto Razr 2019 and Moto Razr 5G are considered mid-range foldable devices, but we’re looking at a form factor closer to that of the Galaxy Z Fold and specs that are being further toned down to make them more affordable close.

So the full question is, are you buying a foldable phone with the following mid-specs for $ 1000?

  • Plastic / Glasstic body
  • Outdoor LCD display
  • Pixel 4a level cameras (one on each side)
  • Snapdragon 730G / Snapdragon 732G
  • No wireless charging
  • 4500 + mAh battery