Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 was put by means of the bend, scratch, and fireplace check of JerryRigEverything the place it has proved to be sturdy. The foldable telephone is seen passing the bend check and its outer show was extra scratch-proof than the internal foldable display screen. YouTuber Zach Nelson additionally put it by means of a sand check and the hinge was unfazed, closing and opening the telephone effortlessly. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 sturdiness video testifies that the corporate has considerably improved the foldable telephone in comparison with its predecessor.
JerryRigEverything places the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 by means of a collection of checks in his newest video. Nelson begins with the scratch check on the outer smaller display screen, which scratches at degree 6 on Moh’s scale with deeper grooves on degree 7. The internal show begins scratching at degree 1 itself. The steel body and the side-mounted fingerprint scanner additionally simply scratches with a blade. The fingerprint scanner continues to work seamlessly even after a number of splices and scratches.
Nelson then places the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 by means of a fireplace check and the pixels of its outer show begin burning in about 25 seconds. The internal show sees extra injury with even its plastic barely melting from fireplace publicity. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 bend check sees the telephone barely dropping form but it surely does not expertise any cracks or breaking of the body. The hinge of the foldable telephone stays “unhinged” even when Nelson places plenty of strain on the telephone.
Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is showered with seashore sand to see if that causes any injury or hindrance to the hinge. Final 12 months’s foldable telephone noticed noticeable friction when uncovered to sand, however the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 appears to outlive the check simply. General, the JerryRigEverything check gave the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 a thumbs up in sturdiness.
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