Samsung has designed another fascinating piece of technology consisting of a ‘multi-face’ or continuous display screen that folds over two sides of a smartphone. Whereas the unlucky Samsung Galaxy Fold features a screen that physically flexes as the device is opened and closed, the patent for this design describes a fixed screen that wraps around the exterior of a phone.
As smartphone sales decline in the UK, and the technological advances from model to model diminish year by year, many consumers are beginning to ditch the conventional smartphone upgrade cycle. If you consider the prices of the latest models, it’s not difficult to see why. You’ll have to part with the best part of £1,000 for a gadget that’s only marginally better than your current phone. Buying a refurbished phone could make perfect sense. But
If you’re looking for a cheaper version of a flagship smartphone, it’s worth considering the P30 Lite. Approximately half the price of Huawei’s P30, this handset looks just as good and features a triple-lens array.