The mesmerizing 30 second clip highlights the new cell phone’s seamless folding capabilities, demonstrated by robots that open and close the device in perfect synchrony.
Our first look at the Samsung Galaxy Fold arrived earlier this year, along with specifications that claimed the phone could handle upwards of 200,000 folds and unfolds. In digestible terms that, as The Verge notes, equals five years of around 100 folds per day.
The phone is set to drop on April 26 with prices starting at $1,980. Additional features include a 7.3 inch display screen, next generation AP chipset, 12GB of RAM, AKG stereo speakers, and six camera lenses. Find out more here.