Galaxy Fold Lasts 200000 Folds, Samsung Says

Galaxy Fold Lasts 200000 Folds, Samsung Says

Galaxy Fold Lasts 200000 Folds, Samsung Says

Samsung's patented idea, or Xiaomi's Mi Fold? In a new video, Samsung shows how its Galaxy Fold is stress-tested to ensure that it can withstand 200,000 openings and closings. Sin continued to say that Samsung was uncertain of the source of the device in the video but that "the phones going to the end-users will have no crease whatsoever". The video also highlights the phone's bending capabilities as well as durability of Infinity Flex Display. In a new video, published on Samsung Korea's official YouTube channel, we see a test in which the Fold's being folded by machines again, and again, and again.

According to Samsung, if you open and close your Galaxy Fold for 100 times every day for five years, the device will still be alive and (relatively) well.

Naturally, given the smartphone's design, a Folding Test was a pivotal part of the Galaxy Fold's durability assessment.


While that might not sound important, the Mi Fold's dual-hinged design means that when fully expanded, it's screen is closer to the traditional 16:9 ratio used in traditional phones and tablets than both the Galaxy Fold and Mate X, which sport almost square displays.

In other Samsung Galaxy Fold news, from earlier this week, it was revealed that pre-orders for the Galaxy Fold will go live via Samsung and EE from Friday, 26th April - ahead of its retail launch on Friday 3rd May. While the company hasn't mentioned anything yet, Xiaomi's foldable phone is expected to be priced at half of Samsung's and Huawei's iteration. As in 200,000 times per test device.

Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Fold include a 7.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, 7nm octa-core processor, 128GB RAM, 512GB storage, and AKG with the stereo speakers.

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