Check Out the Latest Flip Phone Trend!

Here are the three latest flip and foldable android phones trending in 2020
Check Out the Latest Flip Phone Trend!

Smartphones are now becoming increasingly complex and technical, so for those of you who want a more traditional cellphone with no less sophisticated features, there is no harm in glancing at the three flip phone items we will discuss this time. But before that, you should be aware that these phones are far from traditional, old-style flip phones we used to adore back in 1990s. Now, we have flip and foldable android phones with features that you don’t want to miss out.

1. Samsung Galazy Z Flip

Galaxy Z Flip uses Samsung’s ultra-thin glass. This phone has a dynamic AMOLED screen with Ultra-Thin Glass on it. On top of UTG is a plastic layer that comes out of the box with a protective plastic cover. It has a 6.7 inch screen and a stronger Snapdragon 855+ chipset. It also has 8GB of memory and 256GB of storage. Furthermore, there is dual-camera settings on the back (12MP wide + 12MP ultra-wide) and 10MP front facing selfie snapper. That’s comparable to a 16MP primary and a 5MP selfie camera. Galaxy Z Flip 3300mAh battery. Those features are mesmerizing for this category, right?

2. Motorola Razr

Motorola Razr is a folding phone with the best, most complete design. With a 6.2 inch screen and hinges that are truly unique. The Razr design, especially the part where it can gently close tightly from top to bottom, one side lying flat on top of the other, with no visible gaps between the two halves of the screen. Motorola has solved one of the biggest design puzzles that has not been solved by other brands of mobile phones.

There is a 16 megapixel camera below the exterior display and that is what you will use most of the time to take photos, including selfies. There are several tools to make selfies easier, and the result is that picture quality may be higher than average. The 5 megapixel camera that you see when you open the Razr will be used mostly for video calls. You won’t get a telephoto or wide-angle lens, but there is a software-assisted portrait mode and Night Vision (and a flight time sensor) for extreme low-light shots.

Motorola uses a flexible plastic OLED screen to animate images, and a type of plastic coating on the top to protect the delicate electronics that make your screen light up.

Motorola put batteries on both sides of the Razr, with a combined total of 2,500 mAh. That helps balance the weight, but two separate batteries are usually less efficient than one. Motorola says the battery will last a day.

3. Huawei Mate X

Huawei Mate X is a hybrid tablet phone with an outdoor folding display called Huawei “FullView Screen,” which lines the outside of the device. A single flexible 8-inch OLED screen provides a tablet experience when open, as well as phone mode. Mate X in tablet mode is not square enough with an aspect ratio of 8: 7.1. 2,480 x 2,200 produces a resolution of 414 pixels per inch.

When the tablet is closed to use Mate X as a cellphone, the screen functions as a dual screen. When holding it as a telephone as we know it today, OLED panels are mostly dead to show the typical front view.

In this phone mode, the front of the screen that lights up is a 6.6-inch panel with a more familiar 19.5: 9 aspect ratio. Eats the entire front of the phone, providing a bezel free experience without indentation or intermittent display.

The back of the screen lights up when the phone is turned over, with Mate X offering a slightly smaller 6.38 inch panel with an aspect ratio of 25: 9. When in phone mode, a digital “bezel” appears along the folded edge of the device to give a normal phone display with normal screen, not a screen with a screen wrapped around the side. That is a nice touch.

The Mate X battery is 4,500mAh and supports 55W Huawei SuperCharge, which promises 85 percent charging in just 30 minutes.


The phones we recommended look great, makes you stand out and feels solid, like the premium, cutting-edge product that it is. It’s exciting, different and delightfully tactile. Hopefully the information above are useful for those of you who want to switch to a flip phone. For more information on the newest electronics releases go straight to value q blogs.



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