Samsung dual folding smartphone design is quite similar to Xiaomi's foldable smartphone

The phone features thin overall bezels. It does not appear to feature any notch on the screen. While folding the screen wraps outside giving it a visible thickness

The video shows six Galaxy Fold's being systematically and simultaneously opened and closed again and again while on individual apparatuses.

Samsung has released a video of the Galaxy Fold outlasting a week-long factory folding test that folds and unfolds the device 200,000 times.

The hinge on Samsung Galaxy Fold is hidden for a seamless look when the tablet is folded into a phone.

Samsung is confident that the Fold can last you for around 5 years with an average folding and opening of the device of at least 100 times a day. So that longevity is a significant factor.

Maybe it's just us, but we fully cringed at the bit in the video where the user folds the phone back up and their thumbs go all over the screen. Samsung also hasn't revealed the full details of the Galaxy Fold's dimensions. Separately, an early Galaxy Fold user has shared his first impressions, giving us brand new information of the phone. The company has released a video that shows handsets being tested, and it also gives a good opportunity to see how the hinge operates. The owner suggests that the display crease is visible and appears when unfolded. "While the extent of the test may seem like overkill to some, Samsung viewed it as vital to ensuring the durability of device's hinged design and Infinity Flex Display", claims Samsung. This leaves you with a almost edgeless phone display that's a bit wider.

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