What happened? It's been two months since the arrival of the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3, so it might seem a little strange that Samsung has now decided to release a durability test video that puts the devices up to speed. Most likely, this is related to reports of cracks appearing in the Z Flip 3 and apparently for no reason.
This video, posted on the Samsung website, shows the phones going through four stages of durability testing: peripherals, water resistance, S Pen usability, and fold testing. The first is to make sure the phones still work in different weather conditions. Explains water resistance. The S-Pen test is to check the performance of the digitizer under the screen, and the final test is that they can withstand 200,000 times the required — or if folded and unfolded 100 times a day, it takes about five years.
The video takes just over a minute, so taking an in-depth look at the phones' durability isn't exactly the way JerryRigEveryvery separates them. The selected YouTube channel has already put the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 through a series of tests, and both performed very well, showing that despite being thinner than your standard flagship, they're probably the toughest phone. foldable. Until now.
However, there have been reports of the Z Flip 3's page being broken for no apparent reason. 9To5Google wrote that after a few days of no use, this happened to the review unit. Some Redditors have reported similar issues with their devices.
If you own a Galaxy Z Flip 3, it is recommended that you be extra careful with your phone. We now know that Samsung verifies warranty claims by examining all non-acceleration fall events that engineers can access when evaluating claims.
Samsung video tries to show the durability of Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3