At an unpacked event in August, Samsung announced the third generation of its foldable smartphone Galaxy Z Fold 3 because this phone is the best so far because it has many great features.
In addition, the phone is stronger than ever after the company made several changes. Including changes in device materials and interior design to provide the best opportunity to operate the phone for many years.
But since it is difficult to disassemble the Galaxy Z Fold 3 it comes at an extra cost over its relatively high price.
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Galaxy Z Fold 3 Foldable Phone Repair
According to the channel
YouTube has given the Galaxy Z Fold 3 a repair rating of only 2 out of 10 for new electronics extractors.
The channel explained that it would take a long time to disassemble the phone as Samsung has arranged the items inside the foldable phone very differently.
As shown in the video clip showing the process of extracting the device, the contents must be carefully and carefully removed during the extraction.
Complicating matters further, this is the first time the company has introduced a foldable phone that supports IPX8 water resistance.
To make this classification a reality, the company closed the edges well, making it difficult to produce a complex device as a result.
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Samsung foldable phone specifications
The foldable phone comes with two screens and a dual cell battery design Samsung’s first integrated 4MP camera with foldable screen.
This phone is powered by the latest Snapdragon 888 processor from Qualcomm. It has 12GB of RAM.
This phone comes with two options of internal storage capacity, 256GB or 512GB, with support for the S Pen with retractable head.
The company has used Gorilla Glass Victus on the cover screen to improve drop security. The aluminum in the folding joint is now 10 percent stronger.
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