Galaxy Fold's Screen

Many technology editors around the world have tried to disassemble the protective layer of Galaxy Fold as a protective film, and as a result, the device's screen is broken.

Samsung asked the company's first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, to send it to many technology editors around the world earlier this month to test it, but the company's result was the postponement of the Galaxy Fold. Because many technology editors, a layer of the device's screen as a "protective film" trying to disassemble the device and the device has become unusable. How did the technology editors think of a protective layer of the device's screen?

Standard smartphone screens have tough, highly durable but inelastic protective glass panels. The company has developed a hard-layer anti-fingerprint (HCAF) panel, as it is not possible to use a non-stretchable glass material on Samsung's foldable smartphone. More importantly, this panel was not fixed in the device's display frames to maintain flexibility. The fact that this folding was thin, plastic-looking and out of the frame caused the technology editors to think it was a protective film.


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General opinion; Galaxy Fold in the hands of more technology editors fail to collapse the reputation of the foldable smart phones. However, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Fold, a material that is so thin and flexible that it can be mixed with protective films, but that is as durable as glass materials. Industry experts say that this new material from Samsung will be welcomed by manufacturers as an alternative to protective glass panels.