Samsung has some of the best foldable mobile devices on the market, and the company has already won the foldable race for a number of reasons, one of which is high build quality and flexibility.
Samsung’s foldable devices do not come with these warnings, but that does not mean they are accurate. They usually operate at freezing temperatures, but unfortunately, but few users have found the range of these phones rigorous.
Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Flip users have experienced flexible screen cracking. Users in Samsung’s native Korean market drew attention to the problem when the freezing temperatures in Seoul reached -18 degrees Celsius.
Samsung’s folding screen mobile phone had similar problems before, and Motorola’s Razr folding screen mobile phone also had similar problems last winter. Motorola Razr users to avoid placing the phone at a low temperature of -20°C.
As can be seen in the frame, the surface of the phone screen has not been cracked, but the inner screen is completely damaged. Although Samsung previously claimed that its UTG ultra-thin glass can resist low temperatures, the inner screen seems to be brittle due to low temperature and will be damaged when folded.
Although this UTG layer may not be suitable for cold weather and the actual Galaxy Fold needs UTG collectively.
It will be interesting to see how Samsung handles these cases and whether the company decides whether these folding screens are damaged due to low temperatures or other factors such as user error.
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