Samsung are planning to launch their new Galaxy Note 20 smartphone along with their new Galaxy Fold 2, so we can expect both handsets some time in July or August. In a testing video published earlier today, Zack Nelson of JerryRigEverything showed off how easily the phone's display scratches, in the end, literally poking holes in it.
Last but not least, and despite its failure to present a flawless Galaxy Fold previous year, Samsung is back in the game, successfully releasing its Galaxy Z Flip just a week ago. The Samsung Galaxy A71 comes loaded with a host of new Make In India features.
"Meet the first-ever folding glass screen on a Galaxy".
The UTG glass is claimed to be produced "using an intensifying process to enhance its flexibility and durability". Those of you with long nails may need to be careful if you pick up a Z Flip.
Last week Samsung announced the new Galaxy S20 series which came with all new hardware and a better camera. Clearly, Samsung UTG is a highly enticing manufacturing alternative which serves as another important example of our dedication to technology advancement and manufacturing excellence.
In the previous video demonstration, Nelson subjects the Galaxy Z Flip screen to a series of increasingly hard selections of The Mohs hardness test kit, which begins to show, painfully, scratches and crevices on the screen from the second level onwards. "The display protector shall be utilized by a specialist with the right tools to align and apply it". The Galaxy Z Flip has a hinge that can rest at multiple angles which can be helpful if you are on a video call or if you want to use multiple apps, something that's absent on the Razr.
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