This is the Galaxy Fold drop test we’ve all been waiting for

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The Galaxy Fold is finally out in stores in the US, which means brave souls can now dish out $2,000 to own the first widely available smartphone in the world with a foldable screen. We’ve told you time and again not to buy the handset because you’re probably going to destroy it… and because it’s a piece of junk. Specifically, the Galaxy Fold has a terrible design and the fragile display of the handset can break even if you’re super careful. The hinge is also problematic as it might collect dust and debris, which also means that water can get into the phone with relative ease. If you still think you have what it takes to buy the Galaxy Fold as it is right now rather than wait for a next-gen version that’s less of a piece of junk, then you should watch the following durability test video that shows not only how the phone handles impact with concrete, but also what happens after tens of thousands of folds.

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