Hate having to lug around both a tablet and a phone that is nearly as large as one? That may no longer be a problem this spring.
Smartphone giant, Samsung wants to shake up the industry this year, announcing Wednesday a foldable phone will be out on April 26. But this kind of convenience will cost you.
Called the Galaxy Fold, the smart device looks like a regular phone with a 4.6-inch screen when bent in half but can expand to a full 7.3-inch screen capable of running three apps simultaneously.
Pushing the limits on what people will pay, when the Fold hits stores, it will carry a $1,980 price tag.
How much is too much when it comes to buying a phone? Does this feature sound like something you'd need? How about in the future?