After all, Samsung Galaxy Flip is the shining star of the largest phone maker in the world. The new foldable Galaxy devices have been a big sensation. Samsung said that it will ship four times as many foldable phones in 2021 as it did in 2020. Furthermore, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 only took a month after their release to surpass the entire cumulative sales of their predecessors last year.
Consumers who switched brands particularly for Samsung’s foldable phones increased by a “huge amount” – in fact, more people transferred to Samsung for the Flip 3 than for its flagship products, according to the firm.
While Samsung didn’t provide precise figures, it did say that the Flip 3 experienced a 150 percent rise in users switching brands when compared to the Galaxy Note 20. When compared to the Galaxy S21, there was a 140 percent increase in individuals switching brands for the foldable. The Flip’s key selling point is its form shape, which has a front screen that allows users to use their phone without having to open it. People who replied to Samsung’s study indicated they bought the Fold 3 because of its huge screen, multitasking features, and support for the S Pen.
Samsung stated in its blog post that foldable are predicted to increase tenfold by 2023 and that it is investing extensively in research and development to stay up with competing devices that will undoubtedly emerge. Huawei’s P50 Pocket phone is one of those contenders, as it is the company’s first model to fold vertically like the Galaxy Z Flip.