When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Fold, the smartphone you can fold up like a piece of paper, last year, the company introduced a new type of tech dubbed as the Infinity Flex Display that allows users to fold and unfold the phone as many times as they like without worrying about ruining the screen.
But recent reports of a visible crease have raised suspicions about the screen’s durability. There have been questions on the durability of foldable smartphones with some doubters strongly criticizing the technology.
Perhaps that’s why Samsung released a video proving that their folding phone can outlast hundreds of thousands of folds — and unfolds.
It has even gone as far as to build a robot to test whether the Galaxy Fold can outlast 200,000 folds and unfolds.
The video shows the robot repeatedly folding and unfolding six Galaxy Fold phones, with close-up shots of the flexible display showing no visible crease.
Which is probably why Samsung has released a video proving that the galaxy fold can do just that, again, again, and again.