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Another Samsung fiasco: foldable smartphones can not stand the cold

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Users of Samsung foldable smartphones began to complain about an unpleasant problem – flexible screens do not withstand the cold and fail.

In winter, Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Flip users have experienced flexible screens cracking. Users in Samsung’s native Korean market drew attention to the problem when the freezing temperatures in Seoul reached -18 degrees Celsius.

According to the victims, the screen cracked when the smartphone was simply opened in the cold.

Users in other regions also faced a similar problem, including in December. Last year, Motorola Razr users complained about such breakdowns in the cold.

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