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Galaxy Z Fold 2 Teardown! -- Where is the 'Folding Glass'?

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Its time we take apart the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2! Grab a teardown skin for your own device HERE: https://dbrand.com/teardown The Galaxy Z Fold 2 costs $2,000 dollars. Samsung says there is a glass layer to the screen. 'Ultra Thin Glass' they call it. But... As we know, glass is glass, and glass can break. So I say we find that folding glass and... break it.

Watch the Durability Test of the Fold 2 here: https://youtu.be/aYQ7A6wjH5Q

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