However, I’m not sure how many apps support this, as Netflix, for example, still only does full screen viewing. The larger screen, protected by scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass Victus, gives you more room to view all your apps, and here you can choose from a different choice than the 6.2-inch main screen that you see when folded. There is no Fold gimmick, but the large image that fills the entire screen makes everything clear and easy to use.
We think there’s glass here, but there’s also plastic and screen protectors around it. This makes the phone lighter, but you can feel the strength of the material throughout the phone.
We were very impressed with the hinge of these phones, especially the fact that it doesn’t need to be opened or closed. Basically, you can open the Z Fold 2, stop at an angle, and the screen stays open.
When open, it’s a fun tablet, but when closed, it’s a clunky phone. It’s about the same size as a regular 6.2-inch screen cell phone when folded (although the double depth is much heavier, it looks like it’s attached to a battery pack), but open it up and you’re holding a tablet. size that flattens out completely.
While smartphone screens are too small to accommodate more than one app, the Z Fold 2’s large internal tablet display is perfect for that. It’s set up to work on the go, and you can run up to three apps at the same time on the same screen, which comes in handy when you’re transferring information from emails to WhatsApp or Zoom groups, for example. The iOS app doesn’t compress as much as the Android version (no switch, for example), but it’s still nice to use on an iPhone.
But it’s actually really nice to be able to turn off the Z Fold 2 to turn it off just like the Z Flip, so I’ve limited it to a few apps. All the apps that I want to use when the phone is closed go to the external home screen, such as messaging apps, calculator, smart home controls, Spotify and so on. Of course, on the big screen, you’ll be using things like Microsoft Office, Canva, Slack, and so on.
Customize your screen accordingly so that when you open it you know which apps are waiting for you. Those familiar with the Galaxy Note are already familiar with the perimeter bar, which is a very useful feature that has all of your favorite apps that can be launched with a single tap. This means that if you are using the app on an external screen, when you open the Z Fold 3, you can pick up where you left off with only a large display at your disposal. The Z Fold 2 also has a “flexible mode” like the Z Flip, which allows apps like YouTube to display different things at the top and bottom of the screen when it’s open less than 180 degrees, such as the replenishment videos and comments below.
Compare that to the Galaxy Z Flip 3, which has a form factor that works well both open and closed. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is the best foldable phone on the market right now, and that’s not a title Samsung is lucky enough to have. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is an absolute win for Samsung, combining a foldable device not only as a possible novelty, but as a very good and useful device that’s worth buying right now. After a failed start with the original Fold last year, Samsung is trying for the second time to bring a cutting-edge foldable tablet to life, because the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is truly special.
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For example, 9to5Google will allow users to use the Galaxy Z Fold 3 to view sidebar navigation in Gmail and Spotify, the YouTube app will display small thumbnails, and Google Chrome will have a list of tabs just like the desktop. Samsung has also made some changes to its app to make it more tablet-like. The discerning person may have noticed that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 uses several Android tablet apps and apps optimized for the internal display.
With a little tweaking from Samsung, the Fold3 will be able to display more optimized apps for tablet-sized displays. Yes, this experience is too new for us, and still limited to the S Pen fold compared to what all the S Pen in the Samsung Galaxy Note series allows us to do. We’ve listed our likes and dislikes about the S Pen, but thankfully we love how easy it is to use the S Pen Fold with a foldable phone.
This is outdated if you’re upgrading from the Galaxy Z Fold or the original Galaxy Z Fold 2, but newbies should know how easy it is to multitask on a foldable Samsung phone. To create an off-screen note on the Galaxy Z Fold 3, simply press the button on the S Pen and tap on the main display of your phone. You can specify which applications remain active on the lid display after you close the phone.