Samsung’s most recent folding smartphones. They are built with an Armor aluminum frame that is more durable than the steel used in previous folding devices and can be more resilient to shocks and falls. Additionally, the phones have Gorilla Glass Victus on the front and back for better shatter and scratch resistance.
The company also enhanced the hinges on these two phones to stop dust from getting into the moving parts by using “Sweeper” technology. The hinge is able to be closed and opened at 200,000 times, which is enough to last for five years. The smartphones are IPX8 certified as water-resistant that means that you won’t have to be worried about using them outdoors when it’s raining or having an accidental fall on the lake.
Its Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Galaxy Z Fold 3 use UTG (Ultra Thin Glass) protection, as well as an additional PET film that covers the display foldable to increase protection against drops and scratches. In the end both of the foldable gadgets are much more durable and more robust than previous generation folding devices, and are able to endure daily use for decades to come.