The New Galaxy Z flip phone will last over 200,000 folds without breaking – Says Samsung

The New Galaxy Z flip phone will last over 200,000 folds without breaking – Says Samsung

Samsung announced a new foldable phone called the Z Flip at its Samsung Unpacked event Tuesday. From the sounds of it, the Z Flip should be a more durable device than the company’s previous addition to the folding phone trend, the Galaxy Fold.

Specifically, the Korean manufacturer claims that you’ll be able to fold the clamshell-style device open or shut more than 200,000 times without it breaking. If that claim holds up, it’d be a marked improvement over the Fold, which lasted 120,000 folds before breaking in our own tests this past fall.

That, of course, came after a botched springtime launch that forced Samsung to pull the product, fix the issues with the folding screen and relaunch the Fold later in the year.
The Z Flip arrives Feb. 14 at a price of $1,380 (£1,300). We’ll be sure to put those durability claims to the test just as soon as we get our hands on one.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip represents a notable advancement in foldable smartphone technology, and its unique form factor aims to provide users with a more compact device that can transform into a full-sized smartphone when needed. However, as technology is continuously evolving, it’s essential to check for the latest specifications and features of the device as newer versions may have been released since my last update in September 2021.

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