Samsung has not been very open about allowing anyone to test the Galaxy Fold hands-on: the company did not even allow the members of the press to approach the phone during the official unveiling and so far we have only seen one teaser video showcasing the phone.
But now Samsung has provided us with some more smartphone eye candy yesterday – the company released a video that shows how the Galaxy Fold smartphones are stress tested with the help of specialized robots.
It’s hard not to get lost in the perfect synchronization of the machines but this is also the first time we get to see Samsung’s upcoming flagship in more detail.
From the video, we can tell that it does not take a long time for the screen to turn on once the phone is unfolded and we can’t really see any sign of the unsightly crease in the middle that has been reported during a leaked video a few days ago.
Of course, we won’t know for sure until we manage to get our hands on one. Samsung stated that the Galaxy Fold’s screen will last up to 200,000 folds and unfolds, which translates into roughly five years of use at 100 folds per day.
If that’s the case or not, it remains to be seen – the phone will be released on April 26th with a price tag of $1,980.