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Flex Your Way

In a twist of fate, the road ahead is far more flexible than we ever thought possible.

Two hands hold up two Galaxy devices. On the left, an open Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, open to the camera with a red, orange, blue and green butterfly design on it. On the right, a closed Galaxy Z Flip 5G. Two hands hold up two Galaxy devices. On the left, an open Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, open to the camera with a red, orange, blue and green butterfly design on it. On the right, a closed Galaxy Z Flip 5G.

Mobile phones changed everything. They untethered us from the traditional way of doing things, and kick-started a revolution into better productivity, creativity and entertainment. It’s no longer about where the future will take you but where you will take the future.

See the future yesterday couldn’t imagine

A timeline showing the evolution of Samsung devices. In 1999, Samsung introduced SPH-M2500, the world's first MP3 phone. And it's followed by SCH-V300, the world's first mobile phone with video playback function(2003), SGH-V500, the first mobile phone with a rotating screen(2004), Galaxy Note with S pen(2011). In 2017, we see three modern Samsung devices, followed by the Galaxy Fold in 2019 and the Galaxy Z Flip in 2020. A timeline showing the evolution of Samsung devices. In 1999, Samsung introduced SPH-M2500, the world's first MP3 phone. And it's followed by SCH-V300, the world's first mobile phone with video playback function(2003), SGH-V500, the first mobile phone with a rotating screen(2004), Galaxy Note with S pen(2011). In 2017, we see three modern Samsung devices, followed by the Galaxy Fold in 2019 and the Galaxy Z Flip in 2020.

We’ve come a long way since the brick phone. We now live in a universe where screens can fold, our devices flex in new ways, and style is as important as software. Samsung’s lineup of foldable devices redefines mobile, and the way we can use them in our day-to-day lives. If our smartphone ancestors could see how far we’ve come, it would blow their SIM cards.

Big screens come in small packages

First: a woman in period-appropriate wear holds up a portable PC from the 1980s. Second: a man in a blue blazer looking at a Galaxy Z Fold2. First: a woman in period-appropriate wear holds up a portable PC from the 1980s. Second: a man in a blue blazer looking at a Galaxy Z Fold2.

Portable PCs were big on everything but screen size. Where computing power was once the ultimate measure of the perfect device, today you need both form and function. Sleek and smart. Exquisite yet expansive in every way possible. Now with the large foldable displays in the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Fold2, you have a powerful yet portable device that fits right in your pocket.

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Photos done your way

A hand dressed in period-appropriate jewelry and clothing holds up a instant photo of a woman in more period-appropriate 1970s attire. Next to it is an instant camera from the 1970s. A hand dressed in period-appropriate jewelry and clothing holds up a instant photo of a woman in more period-appropriate 1970s attire. Next to it is an instant camera from the 1970s.
A Galaxy Z Fold2 seen from above. It's open just slightly more than 90 degrees, revealing camera controls on the bottom and a viewfinder on the top, showing off the hands-free selfie benefit of Flex Mode. A Galaxy Z Fold2 seen from above. It's open just slightly more than 90 degrees, revealing camera controls on the bottom and a viewfinder on the top, showing off the hands-free selfie benefit of Flex Mode.
More selfies. Fewer hands.
Flex Mode⁸ really comes in handy when getting the perfect shot of the whole group or grabbing a great selfie.

In the ’70s, the ability to shoot and share photos in 60 seconds changed culture forever. Today, Galaxy foldables create possibilities to capture photos and videos from a whole new perspective.

When the Galaxy Z Fold2 or Galaxy Z Flip are free-standing in Flex Mode⁸, the Camera app splits in half, putting preview on the top and controls on the bottom. You can even program the camera to take photos with just the wave of your hand. Imagine what you’ll change with a large foldable display that lets you see your photos like you see the world.

Change the shape of business

A woman holds up a Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, covering the bottom half of her face. She peers over the top, directly at the camera. A woman holds up a Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, covering the bottom half of her face. She peers over the top, directly at the camera.

It used to take an entire office to get a burst of productivity. But with a large foldable display, you can now streamline your workflow with Multi-Active Windows⁵, Drag and Drop⁷ across apps, video conference like a boss with Flex Mode⁸, then simply fold up and clock out. Your entire office is truly in the palm of your hand.

Entertainment on the go

A man holds a Galaxy Z Fold2 5G in front of him with its screen fully opened. A futuristic scene from a sci-fi story is on screen. A man holds a Galaxy Z Fold2 5G in front of him with its screen fully opened. A futuristic scene from a sci-fi story is on screen.

Big, heavy, clunky and unwieldy — the portable entertainment of the ‘70s wasn’t so portable. But in 2021, the line of Galaxy foldables make it possible to enjoy your favorites in all their glory. Just sit back and enjoy the immersive 7.6-inch Main Screen² of the Galaxy Z Fold2.

Experience the freedom to do things your way

A man looks over his shoulder and back at the camera, a partially opened Galaxy Z Flip with a picture of a flower on it in his hands in front of him. A man looks over his shoulder and back at the camera, a partially opened Galaxy Z Flip with a picture of a flower on it in his hands in front of him.

Samsung’s best-in-class foldable innovations offer the next era in creative freedom.
With screens that defy all expectations, Multi Active Window⁵ experiences, and the most flexibility ever seen in a smart device – the future is yours to shape.

¹ Image simulated.
² Measured diagonally, the screen size is 7.6” in a full rectangle and 7.5” accounting for the rounded corners. The actual viewable area is smaller due to the rounded corners and camera hole.
³ Requires optimal 5G connection. 5G services are only supported in 5G network enabled locations in 5G-ready countries. Actual speed may vary depending on country, carrier, and user environment.
⁴ 120Hz display only available on Main Screen. Availability may vary by game.
⁵ Certain applications may not support Multi Active Window. Up to 3 apps may be opened on the Main Screen with Split Screen, then 5 more apps may be opened with Pop-up View for a total of 8 apps.
⁶ Certain applications may not support App Continuity.
⁷ Support of Drag and Drop may vary by app and file format.
⁸ Certain applications may not support Flex mode. The hinge hardware supports Flex mode at angles between 75° and 115°. For your convenience, Flex mode can also be set to activate before or after 75° and 115°. It may be difficult to maintain Flex mode while moving due to shaking or other movement. It is recommended to keep the phone stationary while in Flex mode.

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