Zach Nielson, known for his YouTube channel JerryRigEverything, posted a video in which he tested the strength of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 smartphone.
The flagship Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2, we recall, has a foldable design and a bendable display. Looking ahead, Nilsson noted Samsung’s well-done bug fixes after the first generation Galaxy Fold failed durability tests.
The external display can be scratched with a 6 Mohs instrument. The internal display is more prone to scratches as it is covered with a protective film rather than glass. Scratches remain even with a fingernail.
Nielson poured small stones with sand on the main screen and closed and opened his smartphone several times. An improved hinge prevents debris from getting inside the case, so the smartphone can easily survive a fall in the sand.
After the blogger scratched the side fingerprint scanner, it stopped working. But the bending test was passed by the smartphone perfectly.