Samsung Galaxy Fold Durability Test! – Is it STILL fragile?!

Samsung Galaxy Fold Durability Test! – Is it STILL fragile?!

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The Galaxy Fold – an ambitious new take
on what smartphones can do and what smartphones can look like. Today we’re going to see what
the Galaxy Fold is made of – both physically and metaphorically. This is a brand new sealed
retail Korean version of the Galaxy Fold: version 2, since version 1 never quite made
it to public market. Maybe if we bend this fold backwards far enough in the wrong direction,
we can snap it into two phones instead of just one. You never know unless you try. Let’s get started. [Intro] So right out of the box, this phone of the
future has many warnings for us: Avoid pressing too hard on the screen, only tap it lightly,
the phone is not water or dust resistant and don’t allow any foreign objects into it. Also
don’t attach anything to the main screen – no screen protectors. And keep the Fold away
from objects affected by magnets like credit cards. Those all seem like pretty big issues to me.
Cell phones are quite possibly some of the most accidentally abused pieces of technology
on the planet and Samsung’s there telling us not to touch it very hard. Not very confidence
inducing. Before we commence the first fold, let’s see what’s inside the box. Underneath the phone holder we have a note
written in what looks like Korean. Google Translate on my Galaxy S8 Plus shows that
it’s another little hype paragraph for the phone. The Galaxy Fold also comes with a case.
A very thin layer of carbon fiber material. It just snaps onto either half of the phone.
I guess any protection is good protection. And underneath that we have the wireless Galaxy
earbuds and the normal USB-C charger. Let’s get back to the fold. Right off the
bat this thing definitely feels good. It feels solid, well engineered and very well planned
out, even without folding it yet. There is a visible crease running down the center of
the display. It’s not as visible when the screen is turned on, but still definitely
there. Now this is only the second folding smartphone I’ve ever come across in real life,
but while folding, it’s definitely the better feel of the two. The hinge makes the phone
feel like it’s supposed to bend easily and smoothly, and then softly clicks into the
closed position and is held shut with it’s magnets. And it does all this very gently.
When I would fold the Royale Flexpai hinge, the foldable phone I tested previously, it
was more of a spring that always wanted to stay in the open position and it did not want
to fold on it’s own free will. The Galaxy Fold feels much more natural. Honestly, if
this phone survives the durability test, I might even switch to it as my daily driver. It feels pretty awesome. The fold also has
a much smaller profile than the Flexpai. The Royale Flexpai seen here in it’s very well-loved
condition. It has a much larger footprint than the Galaxy Fold when it’s opened, as
well as when it’s closed. As a matter of fact, the closed Flexpai is as big as the Galaxy
Fold is when it’s open, and both of them have some very strong magnets inside. So as far
as, you know, form factor goes when talking about phones, I think the Galaxy Fold comes
out on top. It’s smaller design makes it seem more like a phone, and the Flexpai is more
of a folding tablet. The Galaxy Fold has a fully functional front
display and can control the whole phone from here. I can activate the front facing camera
and then fold open the phone to switch to the internal screen and smoothly switch to
the internal front facing camera all at the same time. This thing has 6 total cameras
which we’ll get to in just a second. This thing is kind of mind blowingly futuristic.
It doesn’t register that the phone is closing until it actually clicks shut. And then I
can go back to using that front screen like a normal phone if I want. It’s time to start
seeing what this Fold is made of. My Mohs hardness picks can numerically tell
the difference between different minerals and materials. Plastic scratches at a level
3. Glass scratches at a level 5 or 6. And sapphire would scratch at a level 8 or 9.
This front display is 4.6 inches with a 720p resolution, and starts scratching at level
6 with deeper grooves at a level 7. Pretty normal for a smartphone, even though this
phone is anything but normal. Let’s mosey on in to the inner display. This thing is much larger at 7.3 inches. With
all of Samsung’s warnings about the inner display and the previous recall due to display
fragility, we kind of knew this was coming. But still, seeing scratches at a level 2,
with deeper grooves at a level 3 kind of just hurts a little. The Galaxy Fold has a screen
hardness comparable to Play Doh, soggy bread, or a $2,000 stick of chewing gum. Even my
fingernail could do considerable damage to the screen. Granted, we knew the display would
need to be made from soft plastic since glass doesn’t bend too well, but it’s still unfortunate
that there’s no way to safely add a screen protector. You might be asking yourself, ‘But what happens
if dirt or sand from my pocket gets caught between the two halves of the phone when it
gets closed? Won’t that damage the screen?’ And most definitely if the grain of sand or
piece of dirt is big enough, it will definitely leave an indention on either side of the screen.
There is a small gap between the two halves so dust and dirt could slip out, but that
same gap could also allow for stuff to slip in. So if you get this phone it might be a
good idea to vacuum out your pockets every morning before you put on your pants. Samsung did say this phone is not dust resistant
whatsoever, and I believe them and you believe them. But I don’t think dust believes them
or is going to play by their rules. So let’s see what happens if you take this phone to
the beach. The phone closes alright. And there’s just enough of a gap between the two halves
to make this the world’s most expensive salt shaker. And somehow, from having dust on top
of the screen, there’s now sand permanently grinding inside of the phone hinge, which
is unfortunate. The screen has a few new minor nicks, scratches and divots, but it’s still
amazing how quickly the dust got inside the phone. I understand this was a lot of little
rocks, but still, the phone’s only been alive for about 5 minutes. I thought the newly added
hinge lips were supposed to help keep dust out. And they don’t seem to be working too
well. Samsung says they mimic the precision of watch
mechanics with a lot of little gears inside for smooth articulation. Those internal gears
definitely need more dust and dirt protection than what they have right now. We’ll get a
closer look at how the hinge works from the inside during the teardown. The frame of the Galaxy Fold is made from
metal, along with both the power button and volume rocker – both metal. At the top of
the phone we find a microphone hole and a loudspeaker grill. And right about here is
where we see the unfortunate gravity of soft displays. Did you catch that? Let’s rewind
a little and watch that again. While I’m rotating the phone, the tip of my
razor catches the raised lip around the edge of the dynamic AMOLED display and pops the
pixels like a marshmallow on a roasting stick, literally killing an entire line of pixels
across the screen on the Galaxy Fold. One wrong move, one little accident, and now the
whole top section of my phone is dead. Pixels, as well as touch sensitivity. The whole thing
has gone kind of hay-wire all from that one little prick. This would never happen inside
of a normal phone. And now the full screen doesn’t even want to turn on half the time.
And we haven’t even gotten to the bend test yet. I’m not a huge fan of this new development. Let’s keep going anyway. The Galaxy Fold does
have a SIM card tray but no expandable memory. At least this tray has a rubber ring to keep
some dust out. If only the rest of the phone had this same feature. The bottom of the phone
has USB-C and no headphone jack. But since Samsung actually included a pair of wireless
headphones in the box, I’m pretty okay with it. The center articulated spine of the Galaxy
Fold is made from metal. It’s also interesting to note that Samsung has carved their logo
and inlayed little reflective letterings inside each of the little grooves. This usually looks
super cool for about the first year or so, and then the letters fall out. We’ve seen
it happen on some of the old school Nexus phones. The back panel is made from glass which is
good. It makes sense for a phone at a $2,000 price point to be made from glass. The raised
front lip around the edges of the inner screen is made from plastic. We call this lip Marquez’s
fault because it’s Marquez’s fault. If we make our way around to the back side
we get the triple camera lens set up and it’s covered with glass. The 16 megapixel wide-angle
camera up top, the 12 megapixel normal camera in the center, and the 12 megapixel telephoto
zoom camera on the bottom. Then over here on the front side of the closed
phone, the 10 megapixel exterior selfie camera is also protected by glass. Along with the
metal earpiece grill. Then flipping the phone open to the internal
cameras, the screen still doesn’t really want to function at the moment, we have another
10 megapixel selfie camera, and an 8 megapixel depth sensor for a total of 6 cameras in one
phone. Even though Samsung has a very strict rule against sticking screen protectors to
the screen, sticking things to the back is actually just fine. Shout out to dbrand’s latest limited edition
Robot Skin. It’s got a pretty awesome eye catching design that proves you can look awesome
on the outside, even if you are kind of dead on the inside. I’ll leave a link in the description
so you can see what your phone looks like with the Robot installed. And thanks to dbrand
for sponsoring this video. The screen is still a bit finicky – not
turning on sometimes and not sensing touch other times. That little poke really did some
unfortunate damage. I don’t think the lighter is going to make things any better, but with
a semi-dead screen and a hinge that sounds like a pepper grinder, I don’t think we have
much left to lose. After about 7 seconds I could see the pixels
going white and starting to burn. But as soon as I pull the lighter away they completely
recovered. It’s interesting that the plastic on top of the screen s not bubbling or melting
like we saw on the flexible display watch or some of the other plastic screen devices
we’ve tested. I burn the screen again for about 10 more seconds and still no damage
to the plastic, just the interior pixels. Shutting the phone and flipping it around
to check the front screen, it lasted a bit longer at 15 seconds with the heat from my
lighter. Glass absorbs some of the heat before it reaches the pixels. Now you can bring up
that cool tidbit at parties. The screen does completely recover. Now for the bend test. In perfect factory
enclosed pristine conditions folded by robots, Samsung’s hinge is rated to over 200,000 folds
which means if the Fold gets folded an absurd 200 times a day, it would still last you almost
three years. In a non-pristine environment of course, and one contact with a spoonful
of dirt, it lasts about 20 folds before the hinge starts sounding like a crumpled up bag
of potato chips. But let’s say we were to accidentally-on-purpose bend the phone the
wrong direction, we already know that the Royale Flexpai survived for a while even after
the hinge broke. So let’s see what happens to the Galaxy Fold. Flipping the phone around to bend it backwards.
And I apply some force. Surprisingly, the hinge remains intact. This is kind of a huge
surprise. The last folding phone snapped backwards pretty easily and even the iPad Pro broke
easier than this. Samsung’s Galaxy Fold might have a few glaring weak points, but the articulating
hinge is definitely not one of them. The whole phone still folds in the correct direction,
but when folded back the wrong way, all I get is a gentle curve but no permanent damage.
The hinge is just as strong as Samsung’s normal nonfolding flagships. Pretty incredible. The
antenna line is cracking along the frame, but the hinge itself is still 100% functional.
And the device is still in one piece. This is a tough one. How should we categorize
the Galaxy fold? The structure of the phone is still intact. But the inner screen is basically
unusable from that accidental poke I made earlier. Should we say the Galaxy Fold passes
the durability test or failed? Let me know down in the comments. Personally, I think
when Samsung figures out how to seal the hinge from dust and find a way to allow screen protection,
this foldable phone format is gonna be a winner. Do you see yourself ever using a foldable
phone? Hit that subscribe button. I’ll be right here testing out Samsung’s next folding
phone as well. And don’t forget to check out dbrand’s Robot Skin with a link in the description. Come hang out with me on Instagram and Twitter,
and thanks a ton for watching. I’ll see you around.

100 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Fold Durability Test! – Is it STILL fragile?!

  • Coffee bean Art Post author

    Looks like Samsung is bringing back the flip phone

  • Rafael Lorenzo Post author

    Hard Fail on this durability test, I'm afraid.

  • SergeantSpoon Post author

    man that phone is absolute trash

  • England is my city Post author

    this is a stupid, impractical phone that should have never existed. change my mind.

  • Scarfa Ruels Post author


  • MrForheadFlash2 KingOf de Forheadia Post author

    "Deeper grooves at a level 7"

  • lovinq solar Post author

    In my opinion I think the people who made the galaxy fold they copied the iPhone X and the google pixel 4 copies the iPhone 11 with there camera AND IT bugs me a lot for some reason but thatโ€™s pretty cool that it bends

  • lovinq solar Post author

    And yeah I donโ€™t like Samsung because the camera quality itโ€™s just that I hate it when I had a Samsung galaxy s9 or sum the screen turned like what it did when I dropped it from my knees so I just got a iPhone

  • Imraj Mallik Post author

    One needs to care for it like a baby.๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  • Nazia Rahman Post author


  • Aryan Shukla Post author

    It passes the durability test.
    As your so strengthy in opposite direction fold does not affected it..

  • Abu fojor Post author

    Hi Bro

  • saurabh muneshwar Post author

    Samsung should hire Microsoft Engineers for hinge.

  • Scania_V8_Rat Post author

    I am frequently told I have no emotions inside me.
    *Jerry scratches the metal and the dust particles trapped inside the folding mechanism scrunch
    Me: Starts crying

  • somethingspecialxox Post author

    Why on earth would ANYONE get this device lol… samsung has never disappointed me but this phone was such a bad move ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Bela Deak Post author

    God this is such an awful concept. If this would have been any other company they would cancelled this piece of fuck even before the first disaster. For the price you could actually but an S10+/Note10+, the new Tab S6 and actually good twe's like the bose soundsport free

  • RC 1207 Post author

    Ahhh the edge test gave me chills stoooopp

  • hongsaikruw Post author

    Fuck Samsung

  • jayrodrigueznyc Post author

    I just witnessed a homicide

  • Albert Bundy Post author

    Google translate looks amazing. Didn't know it could do that.

  • Alaco123 Post author

    "Very well Engineered"

  • Malik Cremer Post author

    They should make the screen st glass but where it real fold plastic only

  • Rakesh Kumar Post author

    I would definitely like to buy Galaxy fold if i can afford one ๐Ÿ‘

  • CataNova Post author

    Whats that translator app called xd

  • Enetso Post author

    Don't Dbrand have a soft material screen protector as well? Would that work on this phone?

  • Fullerdanne Post author

    yes i see myself using a foldable phone but today it's too early so i wait for the next one or maybe the third one

  • Jack McInnis Post author

    What they should do: Have two glass panels that are as strong as the front panel, with plastic only at the hinge, with as little of it as possible. The plastic on the screen looks just like glass, so it seems to be possible to seamlessly transition between glass and plastic.

  • Joshi b Post author

    well whoever watched this video and still is going to buy that phone is just stupid lul

  • Monika Williams Post author

    Dude stop doing this for subs and viewers. You could have been insanely rich but you keep breaking them. (People would go insane for those especially the galaxy folds

  • Tomodachi life lover Post author

    Samsung galaxy fold is stupid to My Samsung Family.

  • Husam Alhalal Post author

    When grandma set on this phone , no thing will happen ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿป

  • GUSTAVO COLUSSI Post author

    Like si viniste por tecnonauta

  • ansari shariff Post author

    You should get a heavy pay check from samsung to show how their entire product development and testing team failed on all the short falls you called out in your review in 5 minutes… you are a true Brilliant.

    Also thanx . I am.not buying this stuff

  • LushitoMBC Post author

    Resumen: es caro y es una cagada

  • Abhinav Tiwari Post author

    Please Xperia 1

  • Nokia 3310 Post author

    I challenge you to try these durability tests on me!!!!!!!

  • Markus Wright Post author

    Test cat or Doogie mobile

  • Ariff Review vlog Post author


  • M J Post author

    What's the point of this phone

  • Kaktus Tropik Post author

    KRUTO / ะšะ ะฃะขะž

  • Anderson Jake Post author

    Give me a knife and a lighter and I'll destroy ANY phone.

  • Marcus Svean Flaten Post author

    I se this video on my fold lovely phone

  • Zach Coaster crazy Post author

    This phone is just a bad idea. Overpriced too

  • El teatro de Scott Post author

    Cuando se despegaron las letras de samsung me recordaron a las calcomanias que salรญan en las galletas gamesa y hasta se caรญan igual de fรกcil excepto q las galletas cuestan 1 dolar y el galaxy 2000 dolares
    feo y caro y se daรฑa hasta con el pedo de una mosca yo creo que este tipo de telรฉfonos aun no esta listo para salir a la venta

  • Jonathan Mota Post author

    I like that "any protection is good protection" hahah

  • javi322 .A.M Post author

    3:22 Calvoooo

  • cookiekat 1233 Post author

    Thatโ€™s probably a fake Samsung fold,no Samsung phone could embarrass their selves with a usless screen protector

  • Mr MEMรฉ Post author

    "Un-Fortunate" ? Gravity of Soft Dis-Plays ยฟยฟยฟ ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ƒ

  • Mr MEMรฉ Post author

    All from that One Little Prick, I didn't think little Pricks could be So Damaging an Pop Sooo Many er…………….

    Pixxuls That's it

    luvving the Innuendos

  • ๊ฐค๋Ÿญ์‹œ Post author

    0:21 ํ•œ๊ธ€์ด ์™œ ๊ฑฐ๊ธฐ์„œ ๋‚˜์™€…?

  • Prateek Panwar Post author

    Complete this
    *Calls to insurance company
    Jerry: Hey I'm Jerr…

  • Giuseppe Portaro Post author

    I'm going with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro

  • Mr Skip Post author

    Isnโ€™t to big to be a phone?

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  • Tomato Man Post author

    Marques' fault.

  • TheMosquito48 Post author

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  • Vegeta Post author

    jerry folds everything

  • ARROWแคข โ€ขแนฆรP่žฟ Post author

    Oh boy do I love his job!!

  • GetUr InkUp Post author

    I agree it needs dust and screen protection otherwise seems solid for a folding device. Great review

  • Andrew Farnworth Post author

    That is one ugly piece of crap

  • Omar Kiyani Post author

    The folds inner display should have another gorilla glass layer on top with a gap in the middle. On the centre (1cm which flexes) there should be no glass but the plastic putty like substance that is present on the screen should be filled to match the height level of the glass (to maintain the same height of the display) The inside edges of the glass should be filled with something like OCA (optically clear adhesive to maintain a clean look) The glass should be curved so that the sharp edge of the glass does not cut into the display. The folding mechanism should have been a miniature version of the hinges that laptops have used for decades. With stoppers to prevent excessive fold ( You could make a 360 degree folding phone!) The front display should have been a full screen one with a cutout for the cameras like the S10 uses. Just my opinion on how this phone could have been amazing! Right now it's a disaster

  • Asem Edwan Post author

    just to be honest with you , it's just passed your durability test , cuz they told us before or ( warned us )
    the only thing that I didn't like really , that the dust can get into the hinge device

  • ItzMe Beast Post author


  • Myron Chad Novak Post author

    What a piece of crap but you will get idiots that will buy it nothing else to do with their money..

  • jarrett maltry Post author

    The initial problem I see is the โ€œphoneโ€ versions screen is super small… like 1/4 of the front isnโ€™t used. It almost feels like you need to unfold it to get a real phone feel

  • Heather Harris Post author

    I love Samsung but I don't want this phone!! I don't want any phone that folds. I thought we left that era!

  • Kiwi the cat is a cute cat Post author


  • Pedro Tecnologia Post author

    Para com isto porra .
    Que meda
    Faz isto com o celular nรฃo velho
    Como pode cara

  • Pedro Tecnologia Post author


  • raven sousa Post author

    It's unfortunate *crunch crunch crunch *

  • Isu_Ghost Post author

    New phone comes out

    Durability Test channels: I'm about to end this phone's whole career

  • my cat likes whiskas Post author

    This was so hard to watch,especially the wrong way benging

  • The Syndrosphear Post author

    7:49…..AH MY EARS!

  • Anish Nattamai Post author

    10:43 "accidentally on purpose"

  • Chris Galloway Post author

    I only buy phones I can get wet

  • Sacramento Fire Buff Post author


  • Ednax Playz Post author

    We all know they only made this because they promised it and they had to rush it

  • Tommy From Wii Sports Post author

    1:32 this is what my gf said when I was putting a ballon on my dick

  • Batman Barlow Post author

    How tf do you afford this

  • cool9as9ice Post author

    Its a go for it to me.

  • InsaneKitten _2006 Post author

    Its cheaper to just buy a phone and a tablet so why would you buy it? Whatโ€™s the appeal for dropping $2000 on a phone that will break if you poke it with a sharp object?

  • Roopam Andro Post author

    3:20 johny sins arrive ๐Ÿ˜†

  • Jonathan Brady Post author

    I was so interested in buying this phone, until I saw how bad the design is, and how fragile it is!

  • Savij Post author

    Keep in mind that this is a $2,000 phone with NO purpose whatsoever beyond anything standard cell phones can do and do infinitely better.

  • josh885 Post author

    I knew the screen would have be plastic but wow. If a finger nail is enough to permanently damage it that's a whole other level of fragile. I mean what about women with long/fake nails. They would have to be VERY careful. Plus HOW did sand get in the hinge just from being on the front screen? That screen and hinge are not going to hold up to daily use at all unless you only use it inside an office or something, never put it in a pocket or purse, and are sure to keep it very clean, leave it folded as much as possible, and keep the internal screen away from anything remotely hard. It's a very cool idea and maybe even the future of phones but as it is now with how fragile it is and no ingress protection at all the Galaxy Fold is simply not life proof enough for me to consider buying one even if it was $500.

  • Acrestorm Post author

    failed it

  • Cel Post author

    Ok but do you have to scratch it with the box cutter omg teeth grinding

  • LazyLittle Guuurl Post author


    The glass scratching sound..sounds satisfying….IN MY OPINION OKAY ITS OKAY IF YOU DONT LIKE IT BUT I LIKE IT IN MY OPINION OKAY?

  • The titchy gamer Post author

    All I keep thinking when its closed is HOLY BEZELS BATMAN

  • just a Person Post author

    He…..he just threw sand at a new phone


  • MG O Post author

    Galaxy Fold : World first half way foldable device.

    ipad : No way. I can fold every each side dude!!

  • I'm behind you ;-; Post author

    this. just. hurts.

  • MrBaseren Post author

    The fold element is gonna be revolutionary, but they need to built them stronger if I have to spend 2k.

  • Carlos Carrillo Post author

    No me duele…..
    Me arde, me quema todo lo que le hace a ese bonito galaxy fold, menos mal que es con fin informativo

  • Allen Lofton Post author

    Lol man u off the chain

  • Jose Villamil Post author

    Could you do the Pixel 4? I want to finally cut the Apple cord

  • Terell Chapman Post author

    Yโ€™all got ripped tf off ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • โ€ขLazy YTโ€ข Post author

    2 screen minecraft multiplayer, here i come

  • Tristan The vr Gamecat Post author

    The dust getting into the hinge kinda makes it a nah from me you can look after the screen but go to a beach once and have it be that bad…. I like the beach not avoiding it for my phones sake

  • anagha karve Post author

    The noise of metal makes shivered

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