Even though foldable smartphones remain a niche market due to their price, Samsung continues to believe strongly in them. Villem Visser, vice president of Samsung Benelux, explains why.
You don’t have to lie: since the end of the 2000s, the smartphone market has become relatively boring. Of course, year after year, cameras gained in fidelity and precision, the size of the screens continued to increase, along with their definition while their borders were becoming more discreet, until they disappeared.
Constant improvements that did not manage to forget that, since the launch of the iPhone in 2007, we had no longer had the right to the slightest revolution.