The Fold4 is not that easy to destroy either

The Fold3 is a particularly robust device, and the new model also features a high level of structural integrity.

In terms of design and structure, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is no different from its predecessor, it is not difficult to confuse them, only minor changes and hardware updates have been made, so it will not be surprising that the Z Fold4 performs just as well in breaking and other durability tests , like the Z Fold3. THE PhoneBuff its crash test showed convincing results and Zack Nelson’s usual torture bench did not break the device. I mean literally.

The AZ Fold3 and Z Fold4 do not crack even when we try to bend the flexible, although still rather soft, display in the wrong direction. The inner panel is still easily damaged and the fold edge that can be seen and felt is the same, given that the hinge mechanics are as well. However, it resists dust just as effectively, even if we cover it with a handful of sand in a direct and relatively impractical way.

Samsung apostrophes it as the most durable bendable model to date Armor Aluminum frame-mounted and hinged Z Fold4 with IPx8 water resistance, which is subjected to exhaustive testing during the manufacturing process, and the automated testing process is demonstrated in the video above.

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