• Galaxy Fold units keep mysteriously breaking, while the iPhone XS survives a shark bite

    1 month ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    If you've paid attention to tech industry news to any degree over the past day or two, you're no doubt aware that Samsung is dealing with a bit of unpleasant scrutiny at the moment over reports of early units of its forthcoming Galaxy Fold phone mysteriously breaking. Definitely a bad look for Samsung and suggestive that the company may have rushed its first foldable handset into production, or that there may at least have been some issues around quality control.
    It was hard not to be reminded of those reports about Galaxy Folds breaking after a day or so of normal usage while watching the...
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  • Huawei P30 Pro durability test: will it survive?

    Huawei P30 Pro durability test: will it survive?

    1 month ago - By Gizchina

    While the tech community is divided about the problems of Samsung Galaxy Fold, the trusted JerryRigEverything has tested properly another “hot” phone in the world,...
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  • Gadget Lab Podcast: Your Right to Repair Your Gadgets

    Gadget Lab Podcast: Your Right to Repair Your Gadgets

    1 month ago - By Wired

    We talk with right-to-repair advocate Nathan Proctor. Also: Samsung's Galaxy Fold woes, and a preview of the next Sony PlayStation.
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  • The inside of the Samsung Galaxy Fold is marvelously messy

    The inside of the Samsung Galaxy Fold is marvelously messy

    1 month ago - By The Verge

    The Samsung Galaxy Fold doesn't release until April 26th, but if you've been eagerly awaiting a glimpse under the hood, a pre-production version of the folding phone has already been disassembled and laid out piece by piece in photos. These were originally hosted on microblogging site Weibo, though the originals have since been removed.
    Something that shouldn't be much of a surprise: it takes a lot of parts to build a foldable phone. They're all arranged in a manner that looks quite difficult to repair, though that likely comes down to the Fold being a first-generation product, which you...
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