Samsung touts the Galaxy Z Fold2 as the ultimate multi-tasking device
We’re living through quite an unusual year where a big part of the world population had to find alternative ways of working, mostly at home. According to a research made by Samsung, there was an increase of over 50% in watching TV, browsing social media, and doing video calls, so the company revealed the Galaxy Z Fold2 is the perfectly engineered device for the Next Normal.
A neat infographic, obviously created to promote the new foldable phone, said 82% of people are working from home more due to COVID-19. This means increased use of TVs, smartphones, laptops, and tablets. Pretty much all people who participated in this research revealed the smartphone is their most-used device.
Eight out of every ten millennials and Gen Z users use their smartphone for multitasking, and 76% of them “definitely consider a foldable multitask”, the research also revealed. 64% of all people want a foldable for the larger screen and improved portability, 46% for the better viewing experience, and 38% for the multitasking on a bigger screen.
Samsung was kind enough to provide a fine print revealing what people participated - the total sample size is 1,000 people - half of them from the United States, the other half from South Korea. All respondents were identified as “considering the purchase of a foldable device within the next 12 months” and every participant owned a smartphone and either a laptop or tablet of some sort.
how many responders are truly engineers? the truly engineers DON'T agree with - non user removable battery - no 3.5 mm audio jack - cut-outs on screen - holes on screen - fashion over functionalities if they bragging about fold .....
- 19 Sep 2020
A multi-monitor setup would've been better since you're at home anyways.
- 18 Sep 2020
When your products are better than Apple's ones, is logical to sell them a bit more expensive. Besides, you have to consider that all these inventions came with a price. The rest, licensing and taxes makes those prices sky high.
- 18 Sep 2020