In a new interview with Bloomberg today Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak shared some of his thoughts about folding handsets. Currently, Samsung and Huawei are leading the market for innovation in this space, and he is probably worried about the iPhone's lagging behind.
Wozniak was asked what Apple should do, apparently lagging behind Samsung and Huawei. Both companies presented folding smartphones this month. Samsung's Galaxy Fold will start at $ 1,980 and will be shipped in April. It has a 4.6-inch screen on the outside of the device and a 7.3-inch display that expands from inside. It also has a total of six cameras.
Just after announcing Samsung, Huawei introduced its folding Mate X. In particular, it is more elegant than the Galaxy Fold and will land at an even more expensive price of $ 2,600. It features an external 8-inch an opening display that is even larger than the main display of the Galaxy Fold. Mate X has a thickness of 5.4 mm when it is unfolded and the folding measures are 1
However, he noted concerns about Samsung and Huawei, which are leading in the industry when it comes to folding smartphones.
They [Apple] are not a leader in things like a folding phone and it worries me because I really want a folding phone. You know, this is one of those new technologies that attract my attention.
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