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Galaxy Fold teardown gives us a look at its complicated deisgn

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This teardown is no precision iFixit job, but if you just want to see what parts and pixie dust are holding Samsung’s Galaxy Fold together, some images from an apparently now-deleted Weibo post can help. Not surprisingly for a first-gen new device, the design is seems incredibly complex and highlights some of the points of failure that may have lead to quickly-broken review units.

According to GSM Arena, the original poster said the flexible 7.3-inch display was “soft like rubber” when removed, although they “shattered” the Fold’s small external display while taking it apart. The hinge mechanism seems quite complicated with watch-like gears, and looking inside shows where ribbon cables flow across the joint that’s supposed to hold up to hundreds of thousands of bends. Other interesting elements include its inside and outside cameras, as well as two separate battery packs.

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