Friday, October 15, 2021

Samsung's foldable phones video Demonstration


Samsung foldable phone

For anyone who has questions about Samsung's foldable phones, the company has released a video demonstrating their durability. It concerns the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 folding phones, which were released this summer.

Despite the fact that both models were released in August, Samsung has opted to demonstrate through a film that its foldable phones, the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3, are extremely durable and free of defects.

It's likely, as The Verge points out, that the piece is attempting to assuage anxieties sparked by recent allegations of cracks in the Galaxy Z Flip 3's screens.

Four different tests are shown in the video. One puts the phones in an environmental laboratory, where Samsung tests them in various conditions to ensure that they continue to function. The phones are submerged in water by another. One employs a robotic arm to evaluate the S Pen's performance on the Z Fold 3. A fourth test folds both phones many times.

Take a look at the following sequence:

The truth is that this isn't the first time Samsung has done anything like this. However, they do not address the issue of why the Z Flip 3 displays appear to be cracked in the most recent video. The increasing number of reports of cracks forming in the middle of the screen is what we're talking about.

The longevity of the foldables is likely to be the biggest stumbling barrier for Samsung and other manufacturers in convincing users to purchase expensive terminals.

Article By Gerluxe

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