Slowly but surely foldables are inching towards an affordable price range. And it’s not the old flagship killer brands doing it but rather Tecno’s premium brand – the Phantom V Flip launches at ₹50,000 in India and will be €700 in Europe. This makes it the cheapest foldable yet.
For comparison, the Rarz 40 is one of the most affordable flip foldables and it costs ₹60,000/€900. The V Flip does have a few rough edges, but as we found in our review, this is a very compelling package for the price.
That’s good enough for one fifth of voters in last week’s poll who might have been counting…