Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 launched today
But despite being the company’s fourth generation of foldable phones, many people are still concerned about their durability. To further ease those at Samsung, he shared a video showing some of his previous tests being suitable for release.
A short 100-second clip shows all the rigorous tests the foldables go through, including multiple button presses, folding and folding, and testing their water resistance. Watch the cool video:
As the company stated in the press release, reliability is key for Samsung, and the phones “can withstand daily wear and tear” and makes all attempts to meet the needs of users. All the processes are automated, which is not much of a surprise, but the engineering behind developing these machines is quite impressive.
The back panel of the phone is applied by one set of machines and then firmly pressed by another. Then the device goes through the functional test to make sure it works with the S Pen, the Samsung Pay service is OK, the touch and proximity sensors, and the wireless coil must also go through the process.
We also see a waterproof test with many valves, water is sprayed on the bend from all sides. Overall, these two have come a long way since the original Galaxy Fold, which experienced screen issues after several weeks of use.
Our Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 review is two days old, and you can also read our Galaxy Z Fold 4 review out of print.