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    Junior Member NadimShaukat's Avatar
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    If the design of the Moto Razr is the "most practical foldable phone design", then how did Samsung miss a trick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NadimShaukat View Post
    If the design of the Moto Razr is the "most practical foldable phone design", then how did Samsung miss a trick?
    These days, it's only hoping for the best when it comes to a foldable phone since Samsung's problems with the Galaxy Fold. Let some phone click with the users

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmolLahare View Post
    These days, it's only hoping for the best when it comes to a foldable phone since Samsung's problems with the Galaxy Fold. Let some phone click with the users
    Even the Galaxy Fold didn't have the 3.5-mm headphone jack. And both these phones have the USB Type-C as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrarthanaDhumane View Post
    Even the Galaxy Fold didn't have the 3.5-mm headphone jack. And both these phones have the USB Type-C as well.
    You know, talking about these specs isn't going to help as long as the screens work as expected in such foldable phones.