The foldable phone dream, seeded by Samsung a few years ago, didn't seem to have generated the market reception its proponents may have hoped for. Partly due to limited availability and accessibility and partly due to timing, foldable phones have yet to take root in consumers' hearts and retail shelves. That hasn't stopped manufacturers from trying and two, in particular, will be taking almost opposite spins on the idea. Samsung's second Galaxy Fold, believed to be rebranded as the Galaxy Z Fold 2, promises a refinement of the original dream but the Microsoft Surface Duo offers a more practical compromise. Which of the two, then, is more likely to take the market by storm? We compare the two to get a glimpse of the probable future.