Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 Durability Test Reveals Some Secrets

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4

In early August, Samsung launched the Galaxy Z Flip 4 / Fold 4 folding screen smartphones. Both models sport the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip and have an IPX8 waterproof rating. Yesterday, a YouTuber, JerryRigEverything channel, conducted a durability test of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 folding screen phone.

In the video, the blogger tested the scratch resistance of the inner and outer screens of the Galaxy Z Flip4 folding screen phone. As we can see in the test video, the inner screen was much less rigid than the outer screen. When the blogger scratched the middle frame of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 folding screen phone with an art knife, he left permanent marks. At the same time, the blogger used an art knife to open the volume keys of the phone.

When the blogger scratched the hinge of the Galaxy Z Flip4 with an art knife, he found that the Samsung logo still has an inlaid design, and the black treatment on the letters can be removed with tweezers. Afterward, the blogger sprinkled soil on the Galaxy Z Flip4, baked the phone screen with a lighter, and smashed the phone in all directions. After the Galaxy Z Flip4 went through “a sea of ​​swords and fires,” although it left a lot of scratches, opening and closing problems, and the screen was permanently burned, it still did not shut down. Therefore, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 folding screen phone successfully passed the JerryRigEverything durability test.

By the way, in late August, the JerryRigEverything channel conducted a durability test on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 folding screen phone. The latter successfully passed the test.

In addition, Samsung shared a video of Galaxy Z Fold4 / Flip4 being assembled and tested in the factory. In the video, Samsung immersed the two phones in water in a semi-folded state to verify their waterproofness.

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