Samsung has already partially introduced the design of its second foldable smartphone. Unlike the Galaxy Fold, this one will fold vertically. A format that suits you better? Tell us in our survey of the week.
Remember, a year ago, Samsung had taken advantage of its conference developers to present the concept of its first collapsible smartphone, which will become the Galaxy Fold. A year later, the Korean manufacturer has returned the cover. Two differences are still noteworthy for this year's collapsible smartphone. First, it is not the first, but the second. Logic, yes. But above all, this second device will no longer see its screen fold horizontally, but vertically.
Of course we still know everything about the smartphone, but with this second collapsible device, Samsung could appeal to consumers who are not looking for a foldable tablet, but a smartphone with a conventional format that can simply fold on itself to be more compact.
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What do you think of this choice of design? This is what you are asked for this week in our survey below.
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The Epic Games Store, why not
Last week, Epic announced the new name of its Fortnite Installer on Android. The opportunity for the publisher to officially introduce its Epic Games application which should eventually serve as a portal for different games and applications, as is already the case on PC.
We asked you if you would be interested in this new portal instead of Google Play Store to download your games and applications. And for the vast majority of you, at 48%, it will depend primarily on the catalog. For Jérôme Vachez for example, "It can be nice if they offer a good game a week like on PC".
Nevertheless, 36% of the answers plan to continue using the Play Store no matter what happens. "If they do like on PC with an application launcher for each developer (Uplay, origin, epic games launcher, steam …) have a single store with all titles", so reacted Kb9. Finally, the remaining 16% are already using the Epic Games Store no matter what happens.