Samsung Galaxy Fold Teardown! - How does it even work?
- Published on Oct 10, 2019
- The new Samsung Galaxy fold is pretty much the coolest phone on the market right now. Yeah, folding smartphones are new, and the folding technology is new, BUT the innovation possibilities with folding phones is fascinating. The Galaxy Fold had a rough start with phones breaking left and right. But Samsung seems to have gotten their act together this time around, and is offering replacement screens for 149 dollars if it happens to break within the first year. ($599 dollars if the Galaxy Fold breaks more than once, or happens after the first year.) Super awesome of Samsung to take care of their customers like that.
Check out the Galaxy Fold Durability test: ruclip.com/video/tZBk_Hb-X0w/video.html
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