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    Lego mocked Samsung and Huawei foldable phones with the Lego Fold

    My wife and I saw the foldable screen at CES many years ago and really wondered if and when they would come out and more importantly why....

    Lego mocked Samsung and Huawei's foldable phones with the 'Lego Fold'

    • Lego mocked Samsung and Huawei with its own "folding phone" - in fact a 3D pop-up book photographed to look like a Samsung Galaxy Fold.
    • Lego aped Samsung's marketing hype with details about the "stunning display" and "battery."
    • It's a gentle, mocking reminder that real folding phones are still outlandish devices.


    I'm sure there will be long waiting list of buyers, or so they will claim but seriously, why?

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    It's the phone version of the desktop with two screens. There are people that need desktops with two or three screens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Portland View Post
    It's the phone version of the desktop with two screens. There are people that need desktops with two or three screens.
    I'm one of those guys. I have two screens on my desktop; also at home. I most of the time feel claustrophobic when needing to do something on my phone; often switch to Whatsapp web app when needing to type in a somewhat bigger message; etc. To me, a small(er) device with a big screen due to folding has appeal. But not at the current price points though.

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