Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 teardown video exposes its innards

After his now classic “durability test” carried out a few days ago on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4, today the YouTuber Zack du JerryRigAll the chain is back with the traditional sequel, which is the teardown. Everything is video recorded for your viewing pleasure and embedded below.

If you like seeing the insides of phones more than what they look like on the outside, this type of video is definitely for you. Being a foldable device, the Fold4 is even more intriguing than a usual slab-like handset, and Samsung has also claimed to have redesigned the hinge. Is it true? See for yourself in the video.

The Galaxy Z Fold4’s flexible inner screen is made up of a few different layers, all of which are exposed during disassembly to the detriment of the screen that never works again – because it may be okay to bend in one direction, but it doesn’t. certainly don’t like to be folded any other way. There’s also a new metal plate under the display assembly and a new cutout for the under-display camera.

The glass of the outer screen is embedded in a metal frame which makes its removal without destroying it very difficult, and after unscrewing dozens of screws, all the internal components are accessible once the screens are gone. The batteries are held in place with copious amounts of adhesive and there are no tabs, making battery removal and replacement more of a hassle than necessary.

If you want to know more about the Fold4’s exterior and how it works, be sure to check out our in-depth review.

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