Did Xiaomi just make the best Foldable Phone yet?

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  • Mrwhosetheboss
    Mrwhosetheboss  23 दिन पहले +1190

    What do YOU think to the current state of Foldable phones?
    To check out that Tesla Electro Phone video: inclips.net/video/uPxkrGL0l7U/वीडियो.html

    • joga sandhu
      joga sandhu 2 घंटे पहले

      Samsung is king

    • Murat Karabeyaz
      Murat Karabeyaz 6 घंटे पहले

      You know nothing, obviously you're an apple fan, but you never mention android widget mobility or customisation like a fan boy

    • Jonas
      Jonas 7 घंटे पहले

      Not for me! I don’t think it will find its way into the market. This is very “niche”

      GAZA, JOHN MICHAEL दिन पहले

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    • Harrick V Harrick
      Harrick V Harrick 5 दिन पहले

      @sanju baba that seems like a bit a nonsensical thought. he isn't even praising the form factor AS IS independent from who made the foldable. that already takes away more and is more critical than anything any OEM would want to pay for. also, why wouldn't a reviewer praise those aspects of a product that he or she likes, regardless of who made it? and if a Chinese maker comes with something good or even great, wouldn't the reviewer praise them BE CAUSE they are Chinese?
      (PS also I wonder if Chinese money is worth a lot outside of their own country. I have never heard of anyone being paid in their currency.)

  • Андрей Метасов
    Андрей Метасов 23 दिन पहले +6178

    Well, finally someone who can compete with Samsung on this market. Competition is always good, hope Samsung will now realize they're not the only one and speed up the innovation in foldables

    • A B
      A B 15 घंटे पहले

      Until there's a European and American company that is selling them, there will be little competition.

    • Angel of Truth
      Angel of Truth 2 दिन पहले

      Conclusion: Xperia is still top! Best design, best weight, best cameras, best battey time, best screen. Foldable?! Spid!

    • Funn Lim
      Funn Lim 2 दिन पहले

      @The True Simple Grid I tesd it doesn't fold flat to allow for debris and dust to put thru since it isn't dust resistance. And that it is a compromise that works.

    • Funn Lim
      Funn Lim 2 दिन पहले

      @Arzahar Jafri iFold?

    • Ofotherworlds
      Ofotherworlds 2 दिन पहले

      Unfortunately, Samsung has a captive market in the US, so they may not see the need to innovate.

  • Daniel James
    Daniel James 21 दिन पहले +196

    On the subject of display inefficiency: I wonder if, especially on a clamshell, a folding phone could use an e-ink display - not sufficient for full usage, but for a smaller screen that's pretending to be a smart watch 90% of the time, it might be able to do the trick.

    • Avery
      Avery दिन पहले

      @EMS e ink is very expensive to produce. it's complicated, and the patents for the technology have only recently expired.

    • EMS
      EMS 15 दिन पहले

      Unless of course, e ink is actually expensive to manufacturer

    • EMS
      EMS 15 दिन पहले

      @Sabbir Hossain Sojib it's would bring the price down

    • EMS
      EMS 15 दिन पहले +2

      @Sabbir Hossain Sojib exactly

    • Sabbir Hossain Sojib
      Sabbir Hossain Sojib 17 दिन पहले +2

      No one's buying an e ink display for 1700$

  • Uroš Mitrović
    Uroš Mitrović 11 दिन पहले +15

    This guy here does the most objective and informative reviews on tech INclips and that is why I like this channel. Everything seems natural and unforced and I never skip parts. No subjective bias, no aggressive marketing towards paid sponsorships and no controversy. Keep up the good work man 😁

  • Joshua Giles
    Joshua Giles 14 दिन पहले +38

    Yeah the Xiaomi looks alot nicer. Theres a few aesthetic things i like better on the Samsung but fhe form factor being alot thinner, folding flat, and looking like a normal phone when folded. Now if Samsung did all these things they would have a perfect foldable device. Great video as always Arun! 👍🏻❤️

  • Seth Brown
    Seth Brown 16 दिन पहले +24

    I like that the Fold 4 is more narrow when folded, that's the point, it "one-handable". Then when you want a big screen you unfold and thre it is! I think making the phone that big when folded defeats the purpose

  • BeEg xxc
    BeEg xxc 23 दिन पहले +1057

    Even though I'm not a Xiaomi fan this phone looks sick. The first foldable phone that seems like something I'd actually want. There's just one question remaining - how good it is in terms of reliability. There has been some major problems with Samsung's foldable screens already I wonder how did they manage solve cracking issues.

    • Tony Duddridge
      Tony Duddridge 21 दिन पहले

      @DyreVerge would take a nokia over an iphone.

    • P41N
      P41N 21 दिन पहले

      @Forrest O. kinda cringe

    • Amolika Suri
      Amolika Suri 21 दिन पहले

      बहुत दिलचस्प देखा

    • mark shumaker
      mark shumaker 22 दिन पहले

      look at the mix fold with its 108mp (25mp) main cam...an all it can do.. try bens gadget reviews or techtablets as ( unlike some people) they dont advertise for apple an samsung in every vid.....as far as samsungs screens on foldables... if you look at enough vids youll know its crap screen peeling .. the works....

    • Marius Puiu
      Marius Puiu 22 दिन पहले

      @Jockuptown i don't think the screens that close together when folded. there is some space between them, but it's not in that V shape like samsung.

  • Eren Attacktitan
    Eren Attacktitan 12 घंटे पहले

    Personally, for me this was one of, if not the best video you've ever made. You were so simple but always on point. The green environment helped a lot as a background, and the lighting was exceptionally good(plus, your puns were better this time)

  • Futureboy Wavo
    Futureboy Wavo 20 दिन पहले +47

    I can’t wait for the next Z-Fold. I can only imagine what technological upgrades they have in store

    • sk
      sk 3 दिन पहले

      @Originz11 its not maybe it sure will , just like how touchscreen became affordable

    • Originz11
      Originz11 12 दिन पहले +1

      @Wajai don’t worry, maybe one day phones like this will become commonplace for literally everyone. Maybe.

    • Wajai
      Wajai 19 दिन पहले +2

      Only if i was rich enough to afford it hahaha

  • Neil Salvesen
    Neil Salvesen 19 दिन पहले +38

    Been waiting for this phone all year, so very excited to see it in all it's glory.
    Looks like Xiaomi really nailed this one

  • Cynical
    Cynical 19 घंटे पहले

    YES I was waiting for other manufactures to make their own and make the market for foldables cheaper and better.

  • Shaf_M013
    Shaf_M013 23 दिन पहले +3106

    Since it is Xiaomi's second fold phone and Samsung has released their 4th, it seems that Xiaomi is doing pretty well, considering that they did start 2 years late. If given enough time, both companies could make outstanding foldables.

    • Thomas Lukowsky
      Thomas Lukowsky 14 दिन पहले +1

      And then comes Apple and makes the PERFECT foldable phone, leaving both in the dust. LOL

    • shorebreak69
      shorebreak69 17 दिन पहले

      @AiBi yeah, hilarious.

    • AiBi
      AiBi 18 दिन पहले

      @shorebreak69 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 funny shit ever heard

  • Funn Lim
    Funn Lim 2 दिन पहले

    I think samsung would have made it thinner but not yet for reasons they know best. Xiaomi is not water resistant as far as I know. I have fold 4 and it is excellent. A bit heavy but it feels solid. And the flex mode is great. So I don't see xiaomi as best foldable if it can't do a lot, just because it is thinnest. So if slimmest is the threshold, perhaps. But it lacks what makes it practically sturdy use, it isn't a good phone. I personally do think fold 4 is thick but I'd rather sturdy than flimsy.

  • Matthew Dalton
    Matthew Dalton 3 दिन पहले

    Love the form factor rest of the phone looks pretty meh. Tripod mode on the F4 is amazing. Long exposure and hands free filming is dead simple. I wouldn't give up the camera/waterproof/tripod mode for 4 and a half mm.

  • Calcium
    Calcium 14 दिन पहले +3

    I'm not a fan of folding phones because of the plastic screen, but they do look mighty interesting! It might be gimmicky, but I had a flip phone when those were all the rage, so something in my lizard brain is always drawn to them.

  • निद्रालुजो SLEEPY JOE
    निद्रालुजो SLEEPY JOE 16 दिन पहले +3

    I've been using my Xiaomi phone for 4 years and I have 0 complaints. It has oled, full screen (zero bezels via pop up camera) and it was like 500 dollars.

  • Min『MEL』
    Min『MEL』 21 दिन पहले +802

    I wanna see them attempt something like the Z-Flip because it's something I can imagine myself actually using compared to the fold
    And this already looks promising

    • sk
      sk 3 दिन पहले

      @Iggys Dinners thats the thing they need to make it thin and cheap then everyone will use it because rn all these oversized phone are very bad

    • Iggys Dinners
      Iggys Dinners 13 दिन पहले

      @Jan Saycon You're right for the mostpart, but I think it's a case much like wireless earbuds where it's not the length/width that counts, but the depth. Because it's so small and fat, it makes a weird protrusion in your pocket. I do think it wouldn't be an actual problem, though.

    • Joe M
      Joe M 19 दिन पहले +22

      @Jan Saycon Its honestly sad you had to explain this to him, thanks for doing gods work.

    • Jan Saycon
      Jan Saycon 19 दिन पहले +22

      @Leonardo Landi it actually does. A 6.67" Phone can fit most pockets but awkwardly. A Flip reduces that to almost half because of the reduction of the length and it's thickness is just like a wallet with cash.

    • Matrix - The original.
      Matrix - The original. 19 दिन पहले +4

      If you are interested, Huawei made a flip smartphone months ago: The P50 Pocket. There is also the limited edition design with the futuristic (as in avant garde style)designer Iris Van Herpen.
      I have been wanting to buy this one maybe in a couple of other months now. The price is high but not obnoxious considering the average price tag of any major smartphone (Even if not Apple or Samsung) so it's "normal".

  • Ecaterina-Maria Danciuc
    Ecaterina-Maria Danciuc 17 घंटे पहले

    Nice! I wonder how Samsung will step up with its next model

  • Kiana • Kaslana
    Kiana • Kaslana 4 दिन पहले

    4:40 I really like MIUI but those are really the issue for me. That's why I switched phone brand to Infinix with XOS which is kinda not good as MIUI but I don't have those limitations from MIUI with it

  • k3Fallen
    k3Fallen 13 दिन पहले

    This looks really good. I wish I cared about this foldable trend. Maybe I will revisit once the initial conceptual hurdles get sussed out.

  • Samuel G
    Samuel G 11 दिन पहले +3

    The soft screen is what put me really off when I tried the z fold once in a store. I don't know if it is something that will ever be able to be fixed but it's just weird feeling like i'm touching soft plastic instead of a glass screen, it feels like it's going to be damaged if I press it with even a mild force. The dip right over the seam is also very off putting, and in this video I can see that is still a very big problem in this model as well.

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    • Bobby Samux
      Bobby Samux 9 दिन पहले

      If you hardcore, its not good for you. Buy regular phone instead

    • sdq sdq
      sdq sdq 10 दिन पहले

      lol , and how u fold a real glass

  • Sai
    Sai 23 दिन पहले +956

    4:57 "And then actually coming with the charger to do that with" Respect +100 for Xiaomi for not getting in on the no charger included scam.

    • User 1
      User 1 5 दिन पहले

      @Hetzerogeneous It is a scam, they claim the charger is not included to reduce packaging but packaging has increased as they have to come separately.

    • User 1
      User 1 5 दिन पहले

      So far Xiaomi has been a great company in my experience. I had some problems with my Poco F1 and thankfully the seller was willing to take it back and provide an unreasonable refund.
      Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Ive had for multiple years now and its still going strong and performing better than every phone people around me are using and it was fairly cheap in comparison.
      Cant wait to see what else they come out with.

    • Ryzzer
      Ryzzer 6 दिन पहले

      @hello there Xiaomi has always included charger

    • nullimw
      nullimw 9 दिन पहले

      Imagine buying samsung or iPhone over Xiaomi

  • Daniel .Power
    Daniel .Power 18 दिन पहले

    The thicker size seems pretty good for my caveman hands. I would really like to see things taken to a triple folding accordion screen so that third screen has a usefulness in achieving a close to 16:9 tablet ratio.
    really the main thing preventing the adoption of folding screens isn't the features at this point but the cost is just way too high

  • Søss
    Søss 16 दिन पहले

    I own the 1st version and tried out the 2nd. Both are nice feeling, the 2nd feels ahead of the competition.
    What I will say is that the OS long term is unbearable. I wouldn't go ahead with their 2nd version unless I could just get normal Android. Apps constantly closing or not sending notifications due to permissions that can't be edited fully.
    I did manage to download pretty much all of the Google services (background processes and apps) that aren't included with the OS, including Play store. It "works" but I can't get over the UX mentioned above.
    Great for content consumption, after over a year I still can't see the crease much when actually watching stuff, but I might even go back to my old Note 9 just to actually use as a phone as these don't work as a power user.

  • Frozen Kingdom
    Frozen Kingdom 14 दिन पहले

    I love my Fold 4. I'm forever a fan of giant displays now and am eagerly awaiting the Samsung Flex series

  • Elton Noway
    Elton Noway 9 घंटे पहले

    For millions and millions of potential US customers (not to mention Billions of dollars in revenue)... the biggest hurdle for Xiaomi is not in proving they can make a phone better than Samsung... its making a phone that will work with AT&T or Verizon or the other major phone networks and do it without violating a couple dozen patent laws.

  • T Wang
    T Wang 23 दिन पहले +199

    With all the drawbacks/sacrifice xiaomi had to make for this phone, I do think it is by far the most practical foldable phone in the world. It’s thin enough so I can really use it like a normal phone most of the time, and use it like a tablet when I need to.
    Maybe it’s just me but I’m all in for the no puncture/notch full display on the inside. Video call with the main camera is pretty ok.

    • T Wang
      T Wang 11 दिन पहले

      @Jake Darkside Hmm ok maybe they tried, but I checked it in a local shop and it's still too much for me

    • Jake Darkside
      Jake Darkside 12 दिन पहले

      @T Wang but they did though, the crease is less prominent on the fold 4 compared to earlier folds

    • jmillion
      jmillion 22 दिन पहले

      @Dee M rick I've had the fold 4 for about 2 weeks and you never notice the crease when using the phone. If you're looking straight at phone and with any tilt that runs in the same direction of the crease, it's invisible. You only start to see the crease when you tilt it about 45 degrees from your line of sight. So if you look at it like you would any other phone, you would never see it while using it

    • T Wang
      T Wang 22 दिन पहले +1

      @Gaiiden I agree. Huawei's foldable (one of the inward folding model) was the first one that actually made me want to buy because of the same reason that it works just like a normal phone when folded, unlike a TV remote or something. It was the price that stopped me tho...

    • Gaiiden
      Gaiiden 22 दिन पहले +1

      I feel like a lot of people have forgotten how good Huawei's foldable (the Xs at least) was tbh. Like its biggest weakness was having a screen everywhere which meant that you had to be careful but it's still to this day one of the best foldable imo (RIP Huawei)

  • ummwtf
    ummwtf  18 दिन पहले

    im so glad for this device, that will only make samsung come out with an even BETTER foldable, super excited to see what they come out with in the next few years

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  • Mal Cartwright
    Mal Cartwright 20 दिन पहले +6

    Great vid, love the presentation! Want the most productive foldable? Microsoft Surface Duo 2. Every bit as thin at the Xiaomi but the two-screen setup is just designed to run multiple apps; I wouldn't want to go back to my Pixel after having my SD2 for a couple months.

  • Katzengoldfisch_
    Katzengoldfisch_ 4 दिन पहले

    I use the Microsoft Duo, cuz it was cheap at the time cuz it was a flop literally XD but still I like my flip like a book phone, I use it the most time to read or play old Gameboy or NDS games. The only problem with duo is as u've said about all flip phones, that flip phones doesn't withstand the durability test for a daily usage. Exactly, that's also the problem with duo XD but I don't see them as normal phones, more as a tablet that can be used as a phone. That's only what I refer for general flip phones and why I'm so interested in them. Is cuz, I like to have a tablet with me... But I don't want it to be so big that it won't fit in my bag. Sometimes I want to just go jogging and still have my work in a smaller version on my side. Instead of bringing a Laptop with me.

  • DaCoCoPie
    DaCoCoPie 2 दिन पहले

    Xiaomi should release this kind of phones in global market.

  • Myburgh Nel
    Myburgh Nel 9 दिन पहले

    I've got to contest against the form factor argument. Yes, the other screen is tucked away when you don't use it, but it also means that it is well protected against drops. Most importantly though, the super thin and thick form factor to me at least has made it an amazing one handed phone. I don't need to use two fingers to type when I can just swipe with my one, and having it be as thick as it is makes it fit in my hand more confidently, where with a thinner phone I feel like I can't use it one handed without a risk of it falling when I try to reach for buttons not immediately placed at my thumb.
    It's definitely a niche product, but with enough time with it you find that it's super efficient closed as a one handed device, and really great multitasking powerhouse as a two handed device when opened. I personally can't think of going back to a standard form factor phone anymore, the things it does well it just far above the competition.

  • Daniel Holmes
    Daniel Holmes 20 दिन पहले +2

    Its pretty well known Xiaomi has alot of bloatware and Spyware installed in alot of their phones. Not to mention the restrictions on basic apps we use I don't blame the company but the Chinese government regulations.

  • Shane P
    Shane P 13 दिन पहले

    I love the idea of the foldable phones with 2 screens, but I still think they need work and really nail the market. I shall stick with my Xiaomi poco x3 pro and my Xiaomi mi pad 5 until I decide I want a phone that's a combination of a phone and a tablet but fantastic video as always!

  • Werner Beroux
    Werner Beroux 14 सेकंड पहले

    I get people being dubious about Google privacy, but then a phone like this should be like a super duper red flag for anyone caring about privacy, security, rights

  • T - rex editz 🅥
    T - rex editz 🅥 23 दिन पहले +134

    The concept of going through through the history of a product and seeing the evolution is so fun!!. I've been waiting this time to see the Xiaomi Fold. Arun has improved to another level. Kudos to Arun

    • aternia laffsalot
      aternia laffsalot 22 दिन पहले

      @Squirky even a comment bot is better than this shamelessly biased reviewer lol

    • Squirky
      Squirky 23 दिन पहले +1

      @Instagram User Lmao u wish

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      Instagram User 23 दिन पहले

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  • Austicuno
    Austicuno 20 दिन पहले

    Cool video! Key take away for me was new foldable phones still have that obnoxious crease in the middle. I'm fine waiting a decade for Apple to perfect the foldable functionality and sacrifice and organ or two to get it.

  • 635574
    635574 17 दिन पहले

    I only had one xiaomi but they include case and standardized the 4000mAh battery for a couple of years including budget phones.

  • Matthew Gray
    Matthew Gray 17 दिन पहले

    Genuinely curious here, as someone who is fascinated by the idea of foldables: what is the appeal? The crease for example, and the general sense of compromise inherent in each model, seems to me that foldables will be forever flawed. I've only ever seen one or two in the wild and after watching videos like this, I can kind of understand why.

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  • Pieter Van de Ven
    Pieter Van de Ven 17 दिन पहले +2

    As a fold 4 owner I can tell that this video is spot on

  • Meet Lefly
    Meet Lefly 23 दिन पहले +423

    I was just having a conversation with my brother about Samsung's and Xiaomi's foldable phones, this is insane timing! Very excited to watch, here we go.

    • The Capital R
      The Capital R 22 दिन पहले

      Comma splicing!

    • Abu Hurairah
      Abu Hurairah 22 दिन पहले +1

      Mix fold2 is missing some features that I can ignore.
      On the otherhand, it is giving some feature which I love: the slimness, the usable size, the fast charging and better Battery. Yet almost 400$ cheaper!!!!
      So, overall, I think Xiaomi have done a great job. Congratulations Xiaomi.

    • Rihard P.
      Rihard P. 23 दिन पहले

      I like my flip und fold4, but dont like preis.

    • Squirky
      Squirky 23 दिन पहले +4

      @Instagram User wrong

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  • Omar Bessa
    Omar Bessa 18 दिन पहले

    I honestly don't know how can I justify getting one of these when I'm basically covered by an iPad mini plus a Note 20 Ultra.
    It's more screen and versatility in one creased device at the cost of reliability, cameras, sturdiness and battery.

  • Hato
    Hato 19 दिन पहले +1

    For now, of all foldables (dual or triple screens) phones surface duo makes the most sense.

  • Clow Tears
    Clow Tears 17 दिन पहले

    Tried Xiaomi after my S20+ got stolen early this year. I wont do it again, everything feels cheap. Changed to S21 Ultra after 2 months use.
    But i hope Xiaomi can at least scare Samsung to step-up their game.

  • erny1601
    erny1601 11 दिन पहले +1

    What happened to rollable phones? I think they would be much better since they have just one screen expanding, unstead of 2 Screens.

  • NerdWithTheTech
    NerdWithTheTech 23 दिन पहले +368

    I didnt get a samsung fold until the 2 when i knew it would be much better and now I traded that in for the 4 I love the form factor and the new features. I look forward to seeing what the Z Fold 6 brings.

    • Variabledegree series
      Variabledegree series  5 दिन पहले

      @Tristan the vr gamecat Many people use their phones for every thing. It's different than carrying a phone and a tablet. It's like carrying a small tablet but somehow in your pockets! Well you don't want then don't get. But many people would definitely be impressed by it. I tried it but I will go for it when it has a better camera and aspect ratio! Like the Vivo fold was the best if you don't consider the weight. It didn't even had a crease. But Samsung's UI is really good for multitasking. Split screen and floating windows work like a charm. You get Sd8+gen1 and a full day battery! With a bigger display. If you are not heavy camera centric, it is better to buy fold. Why hate them for trying something. If they hadn't tried, you would have still be using a nokia 3310! In a few years they will perfect it..

    • Variabledegree series
      Variabledegree series  5 दिन पहले

      @Daniel Parr Yes as I said it is only visible in certain angles that are really easy to avoid. And like about the iPhone 4's connectivity problem like Steve said "Just avoid holding it like that" 😂. And in the food's case it's easier to avoid. Much easier.

    • Variabledegree series
      Variabledegree series  5 दिन पहले

      @Tristan the vr gamecat I have used the fold and you only see crease in certain angles. Like opposite to the light source and that light source striking in the center. You just don't feel that when you aren't touching it. Don't scream just by looking at YT videos. I mean atleast they did something and it will improve.

    • Daniel Parr
      Daniel Parr 10 दिन पहले

      @Fyn Kozari same as any other phone two years later

    • Fyn Kozari
      Fyn Kozari 10 दिन पहले

      How much money did u lose buying and selling that fold?

  • nub mahin
    nub mahin 14 दिन पहले

    Actually xiaomi made what users want whereas Samsung made what they want.
    Xiaomi understands the market trends and pulse than Samsung does.

  • b0rg1010
    b0rg1010 21 दिन पहले

    I went with Xiaomi 2 years ago and never looked back. I have been buying their products since and never been disappointed.

  • LambChop
    LambChop 2 दिन पहले

    So grateful and proud of Xiaomi!

  • Ari Wijaya
    Ari Wijaya 22 घंटे पहले

    i'm not very knowledgeable about phones, but i'm really worried since the hinge doesn't look sturdy, i'm afraid it might break or the screen might tear off when unfolded

  • Quý Nguyễn
    Quý Nguyễn 20 दिन पहले

    Can we appreciate the fact that he managed to rick roll us in a foldable phone review

  • I Will Not Get The Jab
    I Will Not Get The Jab 18 दिन पहले

    The Xiami looks bigger when folded. My big issue with the Fold 4 was it is a tiny phone, when folded, for my hands.

  • SangHendrixJD
    SangHendrixJD 18 दिन पहले +1

    Already got Tab S8 and happy with it. The foldable phone format seems a bit unnecessary for me.

  • Tilla David Katenga
    Tilla David Katenga 11 दिन पहले +1

    Would love to have this phone on the UK, I'd rather have this phone to the Samsung fold or 22 ultra

  • EndstyleGG
    EndstyleGG 23 दिन पहले +121

    I love the wider front screen, really makes it more usable, but the lack of a stylus defeats the purpose for me. It would be perfect for something like taking notes in class and studying on the go with that tablet sized screen and then a normal phone for everyday use. Even the cost makes sense when you factor in specs and having to buy a tablet instead. So close, yet so far...

    • Tristan the vr gamecat
      Tristan the vr gamecat 23 दिन पहले

      I think if your using it for notes in school , college , university then be better off with a dedicated tablet screen size can be much larger and just seems more practical (you don't have your phone out in class with the distractions) and alot more tablets have pen options , better speakers etc I dunno seems like people just making excuses for wasting money on a phone with a crease

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    • EndstyleGG
      EndstyleGG 23 दिन पहले +3

      @Jonas Depends on the use case, i bought a note 10 lite, just to see if i would actually use it and for me, being able to physically write notes within 5 seconds is really useful to me.

    • C
      C 23 दिन पहले

      I get what you’re saying as using it as both a phone and a tablet, I actually never considered that that may be why people want it. Imagine having an iPad and iPhone all in one (or a tablet and phone), that would be pretty cool. I carry my iPad with me and my iPhone everywhere, so I don’t relate really to wanting them together, but that’s just because I’ve never considered it.

    • F K
      F K 23 दिन पहले +3

      @Jonas Fold is a tablet

  • Jhakoon
    Jhakoon 15 दिन पहले

    Still a dangerously small folding radius for the display, which breaks lots of Samsung screens. Is it intended? Like... planned obsolescence after maybe just a year?
    I own the Motorola Razr 5G and its folding mechanism is outstanding. It surely takes up a lot of space inside the casing, but after two years of medium-excessive use (20-40 foldings per day) I can identify just a soft wave on the display. The phone has several other downsides, of course, but at least the very reason I bought it for works perfectly.
    I hope, other manufacturers might consider using this concept too...

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  • Chandan Kumar Mahato
    Chandan Kumar Mahato 19 दिन पहले +1

    The question is do people know the buggy software Xiaomi gives and even gives a valuable software worth the price. I have been using multiple phones. The bugs keep growing.

  • Nuclear Atomic 💥
    Nuclear Atomic 💥 18 दिन पहले +1

    My first touch screen phone i hve usd is the MI-3 since then I change to Lava, oppo, realme but now am stuck again with the xiaomi phone. Coz after using the xiaomi i dnt like using the other brand phone, dnt knw why, may be the UI or the smoothness, I dnt fine it comfortable with other brand. I love xiaomi since the mi-3

  • 635574
    635574 17 दिन पहले

    The floating window seems to b e a recent trend for chinese UI, huawei had it last year and while it works it makes stacking 2 apps a lot longer than just holding a contextual button or the square if you are using navigation buttons.

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  • MrUnknown
    MrUnknown 23 दिन पहले +103

    I love how the thumbnail itself answers the title

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      AbdalahTN 23 दिन पहले +3

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  • Carl with a Camera in The Philippines
    Carl with a Camera in The Philippines 18 दिन पहले

    In every clip that shows use of the unfolded phone you can easily see the reflections off the folding region. Add to that the fact that any folding phone is going to have the finger touch feel of the [very] early plastic-faced touch screens. I just don't see Apple creating a folding phone until they can deliver one with rigid glass displays, which means two separate screens that come together perfectly when unfolded. There's a hinge design I can imagine, with retracting portions, that would allow that, but it's an extremely precise design that would need to incorporate brushes to ensure that each screen edge is perfectly clean of debris as it unfolds and cones in contact with its other half. Complex, but perhaps one day Apple will show his it can be accomplished.
    Oh, and then there's the issue that a square screen is not very useful. So why bother?

  • Castiel LA
    Castiel LA 18 दिन पहले

    Gonna buy the z flip next month. I've started using my phone less and less. And I belive that the z flip will help even more with it. Appreciate you putting these two next to each other. Helped me choose the flip 😂

  • Tom Hobot
    Tom Hobot 9 दिन पहले

    I Still can´t imagine myself using a foldable - horizontal or vertical. Using one without a case is an absolute no-go considering how fragile they are, and putting a case on makes the thick phones even thicker. Flip-style phones become shorter but thicker when folded, so they´re actually harder to pocket. And i can´t see the benefits of a large screen on the fold-style ones. Pictures and videos don´t become much bigger thanks to the weird aspect ratio, but get a disturbing crease in the middle instead.

  • Zola 🔥F-'ck M'-e - Check my P'ro'fi-le🔥

    Well, finally someone who can compete with Samsung on this market. Competition is always good, hope Samsung will now realize they're not the only one and speed up the innovation in foldables

  • Raj Gill
    Raj Gill 23 दिन पहले +134

    I finally got a foldable device, the fold 4 after thinking it has so many downsides. I heard again and again that golden up, it's too big to hold, and unfolded it's too wide to type.
    I feel like it's a phone made for my giant proportions and feels just right

    • Nishant Rajani
      Nishant Rajani 18 दिन पहले

      @Devil Kazumi good for you and I'm not stopping anyone from buying it, just for the general public it doesn't make sense. Like I know ppl who liked the touch bar on macs and its upto the individual but for most ppl that's not the case just like with foldables.

    • Devil Kazumi
      Devil Kazumi 20 दिन पहले

      @Nishant Rajani i just stated it doesnt matter to me lol

    • Nishant Rajani
      Nishant Rajani 20 दिन पहले

      @Devil Kazumi just read the comment again and tell me when I said otherwise lol. I just stated an objective truth which had nothing to do with any buying decision

    • Devil Kazumi
      Devil Kazumi 22 दिन पहले

      @Nishant Rajani ppl can do whatever they want with their money its their choice

    • loafsziyaa
      loafsziyaa 23 दिन पहले +1

      @dariusdareme maybe those hypocrite still a baby at 3310 times

  • GamePlaySession
    GamePlaySession 20 दिन पहले

    I use Xiaomi phones for a few years now and they allways delivered in there expected way. Espacially in the cost department

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  • TheCuteLaptalo
    TheCuteLaptalo 20 दिन पहले

    I love your videos because you always say the good stuff about it and then tell us the things that would change our decision. Like little things some of us wouldn’t notice until we try them

  • Robsa Walker
    Robsa Walker 19 दिन पहले

    Another bang on review. Arun is right in my view, these are an evolutionary dead-end. Things will move to glasses next I suspect, and phones will just become discreet boxes you clip to your belt.

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  • ExplodingONC
    ExplodingONC 16 दिन पहले

    -If you desperately want a foldable phone, Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 is probably a great choice if not better than Samsung.
    -You probably don't want or need a foldable phone right now.

  • Theamazingpotato
    Theamazingpotato 20 दिन पहले

    Personally I just find folding phones to be completely unnecessary. I really don't want a phone that can become a tiny tablet when I can just get a tablet. It just feels like a thing we never wanted but what the phone companies said we wanted

  • dragoontie
    dragoontie 21 दिन पहले

    Maybe after a year or 2 we will get the global market versions of this from xaomi and have a whole lot more features to experience like horizontal app layouts and what not

  • Nathan Daniel Saldana
    Nathan Daniel Saldana 4 दिन पहले

    Samsung, I hope you're watching and listening... I want a front screen that's more like a normal phone... or even a Fold Ultra model that's more like the Mix Fold 2

  • J A
    J A 19 दिन पहले +3

    Foldable phones are more of a fad than people think. It’s more work, it has more parts to break, doesn’t solve any big pressing problem, and is very expensive.

    • Rob Eggen
      Rob Eggen 18 दिन पहले

      All true, but nobody has come up with anything more interesting in the past 5 years.

  • BIG
    BIG 23 दिन पहले +76

    The z flip is just so aesthetically perfect, so i would choose it, but hopefully this competition will improve the performance.

    • Abu Hurairah
      Abu Hurairah 22 दिन पहले +3

      Mix fold2 is missing some features that I can ignore.
      On the otherhand, it is giving some feature which I love: the slimness, the usable size, the fast charging and better Battery. Yet almost 400$ cheaper!!!!
      So, overall, I think Xiaomi have done a great job. Congratulations Xiaomi.

    • Alex L
      Alex L 22 दिन पहले +5

      @loafsziyaa huawei makes good flips but they got banned lmao 💀

    • loafsziyaa
      loafsziyaa 23 दिन पहले +2

      The flips barely have competition

    • john smith
      john smith 23 दिन पहले +4

      @Fun24 Library can have competition when one competitor is BANNED 😅

  • Mikey C
    Mikey C 18 दिन पहले

    Happy with my Fold 4 so far, but I love that there is competition.

  • Christian Urey
    Christian Urey दिन पहले

    and yet...nothing beats my Pocophone F2 Pro

  • BiOlogical SuBwoofer
    BiOlogical SuBwoofer 21 दिन पहले

    I hope Xiaomi upgrades the technology and make the best FLIP phone already!!

  • Andrew Mwinga
    Andrew Mwinga 20 दिन पहले

    Arun, honestly as much hype there is on Foldables. Iam not blown away with the Foldables.....But you know whats good. Your reviews... keep innovating thumbs 👍 to you and the Team

  • Sai
    Sai 23 दिन पहले +241

    Xiaomis weakness has always been software. They always had great cameras, build quality and specs.
    I wish they move on to a more purer version of Android or atleast launch a separate line of phones which don't run on MIUI, like they did with the android one program a few years back.

    • Kevin Barry
      Kevin Barry 3 दिन पहले

      @Hungry ? yeah...like Lamborghini copied model T Ford, i suppose? 🙊

      MASTER BAIT 9 दिन पहले

      @Zack Smith but crappy software.

    • creampolice
      creampolice 9 दिन पहले

      memeui lmao

    • Erlangga Prasetyo
      Erlangga Prasetyo 10 दिन पहले

      @Andrej Fülöp it is literally not. Janky and sluggish animation transition, new bugs every new updates, apps just randomly closed in background etc

    • Zack Smith
      Zack Smith 17 दिन पहले

      China makes best phones

  • Pixii
    Pixii 20 दिन पहले +1

    Really loved the vibe and environment of this video.

  • Sunny Void
    Sunny Void 4 दिन पहले

    I love my z fold 2 but you had me looking up the price of this...ill just get the z fold 4 but thank you for the great video

  • Wayne English
    Wayne English 10 दिन पहले

    I wish foldable phones had a aspect ratio closer to a regular phone on the inner screen so when watching movies or any content it takes full advantage of its larger screen. Great vid as always

  • Noob4Head
    Noob4Head 18 दिन पहले

    Foldable phones are a cool technology but imo still a very niche product.
    I personally don't see the value maybe in the future when the price comes down and the durability of the folded screen goes up but in it's current state it's certainly not for me.

  • TheUnholyPrince
    TheUnholyPrince 23 दिन पहले +135

    I absolutely love how you built it up all so high and mighty.
    Only to then bring it crashing back down to earth with the harsh realities of what makes acquiring a phone especially of that size and price point in 2022 where in my opinion personally the Cons outweigh the Pros however each to their own.
    What you've essentially done Arun is perform a Claude Littner on this video and I absolutely love it!

    • Avantime
      Avantime 21 दिन पहले

      It's always relative to price. If it's priced the same as a normal flagship it will sell like hotcakes, despite the drawbacks. Interestingly the China price for the Mix Fold 2 (9000 CNY) is the same as the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

    • Moayad
      Moayad 22 दिन पहले

      @DeadlyCreeperH Thanks for the reminder

    • DeadlyCreeperH
      DeadlyCreeperH 22 दिन पहले

      @Moayad you dont have to watch the videos though

    • Moayad
      Moayad 22 दिन पहले

      @Marco vw Very few do that nowadays. He relies on the short attention span of viewers and he bombards them with effects and and transitions to get more and more view time. Notice how he crammed everything negative towards the end in a minute or two you could barely keep up with what's going on

    • Marco vw
      Marco vw 22 दिन पहले +1

      @Moayad way better than those reviewers that praise everything on a phone.

  • Logan 'Conn' Music
    Logan 'Conn' Music 19 दिन पहले +1

    I have the fold 4 and it's pretty amazing IMO. But that looks awesome too.

    • Tommy Casidy
      Tommy Casidy 17 दिन पहले

      I love mine, people talk about the crease, it's only noticeable when looking at the screen from a sharp angle. I don't know about you but I look at it straight on. This thing is amazing. I wouldn't suggest buying a cheap Chinese mockup.

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  • Red_Koshinomi
    Red_Koshinomi 19 दिन पहले

    if the fold 4 had this form factor alone I'd buy one. The folds still look like prototypes to me

  • Keven Brito
    Keven Brito 3 दिन पहले

    They need more time to with this folding screen. I will wait when they perfect it.

  • Peter Herget & Gadgets Anonymous
    Peter Herget & Gadgets Anonymous 20 दिन पहले +1

    Nice review of the Xiaomi! Today is my deadline to return the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 in order to get the $900 trade-in bonus for an upgrade to the Galaxy Z Flip4. Yep, after watching this video I am considering Xiaomi...

  • Hank PAD
    Hank PAD 23 दिन पहले +83

    Fold form factor is nice but I feel like there's a next gen answer that I can't really imagine yet. I'm hoping more competition pushes us toward that next generation faster

    • loafsziyaa
      loafsziyaa 23 दिन पहले

      @MazDanRX795 still for enthusiast. Not mainstream user

    • MazDanRX795
      MazDanRX795 23 दिन पहले +1

      I agree. I've bought and immediately returned the last three Folds. They're cool as heck, but are a chore to use.

    • MazDanRX795
      MazDanRX795 23 दिन पहले

      @Adam Greenhill Agree about the S22, but the Fold does have a better chip. Not all downgraded.

    • Adam Greenhill
      Adam Greenhill 23 दिन पहले

      @Carlos Leyva Not when it's a company. Competition means more investment, and more effort. AND a better end-product, because they're trying to beat the others. Fierce competition is GREAT for consumers!

    • Carlos Leyva
      Carlos Leyva 23 दिन पहले

      Going faster means more mistakes, i'd rather they took their time and maybe launch a fold device every two years.

  • Damien Lobb
    Damien Lobb 9 दिन पहले

    With all that inefficiency, you're getting the convenience of a tablet/phone combo device. Super cool.

  • Lifting And Coding
    Lifting And Coding 15 दिन पहले

    Xiaomi keeps killing it

  • bakujin
    bakujin 20 दिन पहले

    Well to me if I were to use one, will mainly be the open/undolded for browsing, gaming, watching videos. The rest of the functions such as calls, messaging, video calls will fall on the closed/folded form. As for the photo taking, I guess can go either way.
    As far as I see it, the target audience may not be everyone. Eventually getting there, for know I view it as a luxury. It will not be common yet unless the cost will be managable.

  • Izabela Mc
    Izabela Mc 18 दिन पहले

    All i want for a foldable phone for small female hands. I been loving my iphone 12 mini, but it would be so cute and cool to fold it into a square.. my first phone was a flip phone 🤣❤️

  • Murray Winiata
    Murray Winiata 21 दिन पहले +124

    Foldables aren't quite there for me yet, but always tempting. This is a good step forward to me, cannot stand the AR on the front screen of the Samsung and that alone makes it a total non-starter for me.

    • bitasid Inn
      bitasid Inn 14 दिन पहले

      Foldables seem tempting for me as well, but I just can't justify giving up Apple's integrity when multitasking and working between devices compared to Android. I have various devices, both on Android, Windows and Apple systems, but really, I haven't found anything that can provide me with efficient workflow besides Apple. Which is the stopping factor for me when using a phone, computer or tablet, because I study and work a lot. I can only see foldables as a good alternative for leisure, and it works wonders for that (especially being able to multitask with a bigger screen), but the premium that's charged for buying a foldable just doesn't justify the leisure factor.

    • Murray Winiata
      Murray Winiata 14 दिन पहले +3

      @Neverbegan124 Aspect ratio

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    • Zack Smith
      Zack Smith 17 दिन पहले

      I d take fold over a brick iphone

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  • Samar
    Samar 20 दिन पहले

    08:30 i m not jumping from my under rated full screen phone of 2019 with an extra super useful button to any phone as of now - be it a $200.00 phone or a $2000.00 phone unless a proper under screen camera is provided; especially on a foldable.

  • Dev Bafna
    Dev Bafna 13 दिन पहले

    Been waiting for you can't wait to see the results. The best channel for review for sure I say .. always gives information corrects that matters the most .. heads of you
    Keep it up

  • Alexandru Gabriel
    Alexandru Gabriel 12 दिन पहले

    That's it, you helped me decide, I'm switching from the Note 20 ultra to the Viitorul S23 Ultra, thank you ! 🤗🤗🤗

  • Leander Berg
    Leander Berg 13 दिन पहले

    Honestly without a stylus that works as good as the apple or Galaxy note line, I don't get foldables. The square screen just isn't very practical for anything:
    - Videos are barely larger
    - viewing a page full screen makes lines longer and thereby harder to read
    - 2 apps side by side are quite narrow though
    Really what they'd need is a 3x folding Display (maybe wrap one side around to be the outside screen) to get a decent aspect ratio.
    I suppose there are a few apps where it's useful (calendar or email or anything with 2 panels in one app) but overall even an Ultrabook isn't much to carry composed to how it actually allows more productive tasks instead of just making the available ones a slight bit easier.

  • Tib Syy
    Tib Syy 3 दिन पहले +1

    The reason I don't want to buy a Chinese smartphone is data security and backdoor software entries.

  • Woopswoops Rocky
    Woopswoops Rocky 3 दिन पहले

    Although xiaomi brand offer a low price phone with good spec their quality isn't really that good. Ive been in telco for more than 5 years and xiaomi brand is one of the worst in terms of quality.