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Samsung Galaxy Z foldable phones see doubled demand among enterprise customers

By Liu Hongzuo - on 30 Nov 2022, 12:44pm

Samsung Galaxy Z foldable phones see doubled demand among enterprise customers

Samsung's foldable phones are seeing double demand for business use.

Samsung must be very pleased with how well its foldable handsets are doing.

According its official statement, Samsung saw a 105% increase in the number of Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip smartphones sold for enterprise use this year. The sales account for foldables sold between January and October in both 2021 and 2022 time periods.

The company did not provide a breakdown, but it cites various third-party market sources for its unprecedented performance. Foldable smartphone shipment is expected to reach 16 million units worldwide, although that also includes foldables sold by Samsung’s main rivals like Oppo and Huawei. Shipments are expected to grow to 26 million units in 2023.

Samsung also took the opportunity to highlight some mobile enterprise apps that are customised to its Galaxy Z’s foldable form factors. Of note are the Bloomberg Professional app for market data and analytics, DocuSign for e-signatures, and IBM iX for wealth advisors to check market and portfolio performance.

Previously, the launch of Galaxy Z Fold4 5G and Z Flip4 5G saw Samsung announcing that it managed to sell nearly 10 million foldable devices in 2021 alone.

If you want to know more about the latest Samsung foldables, you can read our reviews for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 5G and Galaxy Z Flip4 5G here. 

Source: Samsung (newsroom)

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