We knew Samsung would have several foldables on the way, including one that folded outwards like Huawei's Mate X and Xiaomi's Mi Fold, and a new patent spotted by LetsGoDigital shows exactly that. Now, Samsung is conceding, with its very own "test" video that shows stress-testing robots bending the Galaxy Fold hundreds of times. The video also highlights the phone's bending capabilities as well as durability of Infinity Flex Display.
Naturally, given the smartphone's design, a Folding Test was a pivotal part of the Galaxy Fold's durability assessment.
Tiger Woods nabs a win in his return to Match Play
Wise gave away the opening two holes with a double bogey and a bogey. "If it was a stroke play event, we'd be pretty far behind. Otherwise, Snedeker could face a sudden-death playoff against Cantlay if he wins or against Woods if Snedeker ties his match.
For those ordering the Galaxy S10 5G before April 16, Samsung has some special offers such as free Galaxy Buds and a wireless charger, and screen replacement at half the cost for the first year. Samsung says this will last for 11 hours of use, but we'll need to get hands-on with the tablet to see if that's the case.
The Galaxy Fold is expected to hit the stores in select markets sometime next month.
Spotify trials new Premium Duo plan for two
What's more, you will now have to confirm this address as part of the sign-up process when you choose a Premium Duo subscription. Spotify has not said whether it plans to bring Premium Duo to other markets internationally, including Canada.
The test, which examined whether the Galaxy Fold can outlast 200,000 folds and unfolds (or around five years of use, if used 100 times a day), took a full week to complete.
The Xiaomi foldable phone had all of us drooling after the company released a video of its CEO playing around with the concept device, but now we've been given another, 10-second glimpse of this mesmerizing piece of hardware.
Republicans block U.S. Senate Democrats' move on making Mueller report public
Graham, who spent the weekend with Trump in Florida, said his committee will probe the actions of the Justice Department. The good news is the Mueller Report's conclusion that Donald Trump isn't some sort of modern-day Manchurian Candidate.