Watch Robots Test Samsung Galaxy Fold Phone 200000 Times

first_imgStay on target Samsung’s 108MP Camera Sensor Is Coming to a Smartphone Near YouHuge Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Doesn’t Have Room For Headphone Jack When  Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Fold, the smartphone you can fold up like a piece of paper, last year, the company touted a new type of tech dubbed the Infinity Flex Display that allows users to fold and unfold the phone as many times as they like without worrying about ruining the screen.But recent reports of a visible crease have raised suspicions about the screen’s durability. Perhaps that’s why Samsung released a video proving that their folding phone can outlast hundreds of thousands of folds — and unfolds.Samsung’s Galaxy Fold Folding Test subjected the device to 200,000 folds and unfolds (which equals to five years of use, if used 100 times a day, according to the company).“While the extent of the test may seem like overkill to some, Samsung viewed it as vital to ensuring the durability of device’s hinged design and Infinity Flex Display,” the company said in a statement.According to Samsung, the Folding Test takes a full week to complete.More on Geek.com:Lego Pokes Fun at Samsung Folding Phone With ‘Lego Fold’Samsung Reveals Galaxy Fold, Three Galaxy S10sSamsung to Ditch Oil-Based Plastic for Sustainable Packaginglast_img read more