Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 proves its sturdiness by surviving the durability test

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 proves its sturdiness by surviving the durability test

JerryRigEverything’s durability test of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 officially drops online. Except for the transition from Victus to Victus Plus on the exterior display, the Z Fold 4’s construction and structural integrity are identical to those of the Z Fold 3. The internal display of the Z Fold 4 is still covered by a plastic cover and it is still IPX8 water resistant.

The exterior display is scratched at level (on the Moh’s scale of hardness), with deeper grooves at a level 7, even after being coated with Gorilla Glass Victus Plus. While this is going on, Samsung must caution you not to push too firmly since doing so might permanently mark the internal display. Here, a level 2 pick will leave behind irreversible markings.

The Z Fold 4 was powdered with gravel on both sides of its hinge after permanent burn marks were made in both screens using a lighter and scratches made throughout the phone’s different components using a razor blade. The device was opened and closed multiple times, but the hinge held when the gravel tried to break through.

The bend test was the last, and it was challenging to bend the device while it was closed. The Z Fold 4’s screen wasn’t extremely flexible when bent past its open state. The durability test by JerryRigEverything was successful for the Z Fold 4.

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