Here’s How The New Samsung Folding Folds Are Built And Tested

A growing number of manufacturers are introducing folding doors that are strong and efficient. One of them is undoubtedly Samsung, which, particularly last year with the Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3, took a significant stride ahead. In actuality, the two folding tables were the first to have significant water resistance (with IPX8 certification). The most current models, the Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4, which are also engineering marvels, are no different in this regard.

Samsung has unveiled a video featuring Fold 4 to help viewers better grasp how these folds are created. You can watch the rear cover being installed in the footage, as well as the tests that are done to check the device’s response to the S Pen, wireless connectivity, and camera focus.

And again speaking of the Galaxy Z Fold 4, the news of the availability, for this device, of the “Expert Raw” app is “fresh”. This is version New features in this update include several improvements for photos taken in low light and the ability to save custom presets.

Finally, according to “The Elec”, Samsung is decisively cutting the shipping targets of future folding goods (Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5). In fact, the target would have been set at a total of 10 million units. Among these, only 2 million units of the Fold 5 should be distributed by the company which, therefore, would bet much more on the Flip 5. For a direct comparison, the Korean company would set the shipping target of Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4. at 15 million.