I have had the Galaxy Fold 5G since October and it has rekindled my interest in the mobile market. I have had many devices in my life including many of the Galaxy phones, iPhones, as well as Palm and Blackberry phones. This new form factor is definitely the future. Most of my day is spent using the front display for messaging, phone calls, and other quick usages while at work, and using it fits my needs perfectly. Then on the "flip", it is glorious to unfold and watch YouTube, Crunchy Roll, Instagram, read eBooks, etc. Consuming content on a phone has never been so convenient. The resolution of the inner screen is not lacking by any means, as it displays video in very crispy and high resolution. The 12GB of ram makes everything feel snappy, never experiencing lag or latency. 512GB of storage is a great spec on this device because it ensures that we can take high quality photos/videos, download games, etc. and not worry about storage. At 4380 mAh, the battery life is outstanding. I can heavily use my phone through the day, and always have plenty of juice left in the tank by day's end. I usually don't charge it over night, because I usually have around 40% left still when I wake up. The camera quality is definitely a great spot about this device as well (sharing the S10+ camera set up). I am a fan of having multiple front facing cameras on the front of the phone, as well as on the inside (the unfolded portion), because you always feel prepared, never sacrificing functionality. Of course there are things that could be improved such as the weight, and possibly expanding on the front screen size. Overall, having this device in my pocket everyday has been nothing less than a plus. It is very easy to carry, has outstanding technical specs, and the new form factor has really changed the way I view what a phone should be. It is only a matter of time before we find ourselves using folding screens on all types of devices as Motorola, Huawei, and Samsung have demonstrated. The real question will be, do you want a foldable tablet/phone? Or a more traditional slab that folds in half?