Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 Review: Tablet Killer

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Sometime in 2009, a few Samsung executives developed a taste for a particular red wine blend from the Terlato family vineyards in California’s Napa Valley. This was a blend of Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon priced at $95 a bottle and bearing the label … “Galaxy.” Yep: it was this very wine, according to Geoffrey Cain in his book “Samsung Rising,” that inspired the brand name that has since adorned over 2 billion smartphones worldwide.

But it’s easy to forget that that first Galaxy S … wasn’t quite the smashing success that Samsung sought. Ask any phone nerd who was tracking tech at the time and they’ll tell you it wasn’t until 2011’s Galaxy S II that the brand started to gain traction. That trend would continue with the Galaxy Note: the first one mercilessly mocked – its sequel, universally lauded.

Maybe you see where I’m going with this. No matter how many videos I make telling you that the first Galaxy Fold is less fragile and more capable than you might think … the sad fact is, no product could ever fully recover from a launch as disastrous as that one. But the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 isn’t just a fix for a first-gen faux-pas: it’s a quantum leap in quality and capability that will change the way you use your phone … and make you think twice about ever buying a tablet again.



MrMobile’s Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 Review was produced following 3 weeks with a Galaxy Z Fold 2 retail device purchased by MrMobile/Future Plc (running production software) and 30 days with a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 review unit (preproduction hardware, pre-release software) since returned to Samsung.

MrMobile does not accept compensation from the manufacturers of the products he reviews in exchange for coverage; no payment was provided and no manufacturer or carrier was afforded a preview or copy approval rights concerning this content. The lone sponsor of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 Review is dbrand.

Special thanks to Geoffrey Cain for historical Samsung insights. His book, “Samsung Rising,” can be purchased on Amazon here:


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