Samsung claims that Galaxy time last 200,000 tonnes, estimated to be 5 years in use. CNET He decided to test the claims and conduct the operation with an automatic machine that folds and spreads the phone.
The entire series is 4 hours long, as can be seen below. We’ve added the following video clip to the end of the phone – and it’s very bittersweet, as it has no more than 120,000 attachments. 60% of the way to 200,000 wraps takes about 3 years to use.
Previously, SquareTrade conducted a similar test (you can check them out short video here), using the same FoldBot. Even if the 120,000 extra test is stopped, it will have a better ending – the Galaxy Times screen only showed a sticky pixel when the hinges started. Also, the touch screen stops working, but that problem is resolved and does not stand up.
You can see in the video tape above, the worse CNET is, the wider the signal. At 119,000, half of the surface dies when the hinge starts. About 12 minutes later when it is all over the hinge changes (half of the screen is still working).
FoldBot is very aggressive in the way it is open if you are kind to it, you can keep your Galaxy Times as long as you work. Also, the fact that you have not been able to open and close the Times at a fast pace for hours at a critical juncture such as a machine, can also be a major issue.
However, due to two different tests the result was a success – one problem broke (many pixels could not be filled) but one could not be used.
If your Galaxy Times screen fails, Samsung is sending it to replaced for $ 150 (This is true for Features sold this year).