Samsung just released a 30-second video demoing the folding skills of Samsung Galaxy Fold. Samsung’s 30-second official video shows the phone going through a series of torture tests by being folded again and folded with the help of sophisticated machines, and there’s no crease in sight on the Infinity Flex Display.
Samsung is attempting to put all the doubts to rest over the Samsung Galaxy Fold’s durability by revealing how each device is tested. The company released a video on Wednesday that shows its devices undergoing a factory stress-test, where a line-up of brand new Samsung Galaxy Folds fold, and then unfold, and then fold again.
Samsung claims that its $2,000(INR 1.38 lakhs approx.) device can withstand at least 200,000 folds and unfolds, which, if you fold it 100 times a day, works out to be about 5 years of use.
Samsung Galaxy Fold has a 7.3-inch mini tablet-sized screen that folds in half inward. On the outside, there’s a 4.6-inch display, giving you a one-hand-friendly phone. Samsung Galaxy Fold is all set to hit the markets on April 26th, 2019.