The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable phone turns into an Android tablet that is actually nice to use. An objectively ridiculous selfie camera is offset by stylus support, water resistance, and an improved screen that is way nicer to the touch. Dieter Bohn has all that and more in this review.
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