Watch some robots put together and test the newest foldables from Samsung.

The Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 were the first products in the series to provide significant water resistance and an IPX8 rating, showing that Samsung had made significant progress with last year’s foldables in terms of durability. Although this year’s phones aren’t any more durable, the Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 are still quite the feats of engineering. The newest Flip and Fold go on sale today, and Samsung is giving us another look at the foldable production process since we last got to see it last year. And it’s actually very cool.

The Fold 4 is mostly seen in the video, which was discovered by XDA Developers. It begins with a peek at how its rear cover is squeezed into place and ends with a view of the folding phone dunk tank. Along the process, numerous features are examined, including WiFi connection and the device’s responsiveness to the S Pen. Another robot constantly pushes its side keys, which is sort of unpleasant, in order to test the camera’s focusing on a grid of white lights.

It’s interesting to see what’s going on behind the scenes, but it’s difficult to say that this gives you a lot of hope for the Z Fold or Z Flip’s long-term sustainability. Rolling off the manufacturing line with a passing grade is one thing; withstanding years of everyday usage in the hands of a genuine, live human being is quite another. Add the Samsung Care Plus plan to your shopping cart if you’re purchasing a Z Flip 4 or Z Fold 4 today.

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