(Picture) Galaxy Z Fold 2 Real On-Board Hand: The crease is still obvious.

Although Samsung invited members of the Bullet Back group to officially open the phone version of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 in the previous video, it was more of a pre-product warm-up and the video content was selected and edited, so it wasn’t a real experience. Ben Geskin, a well-known source, tweeted today that the Samsung’s second-generation collapsible phone still has an obvious crease in the middle.

(Picture) Galaxy Z Fold 2 Real On-Board Hand: The crease is still obvious.

“In the future, 5G and foldable phones will be the backbone of Samsung,” said Federico Casalegno, Samsung Electronics’ senior vice president of global executive stakes, after the launch. As a test case, the first generation of Galaxy Fold had a number of problems, including poor battery life, poor video game experience, and less app support. Samsung had to delay the launch of the consumer-grade new machine for months after a number of poor reviews from the media.

Even though the $1980 collapsible phone is back on the market after the changes, it’s still fragile, and Samsung advises customers to avoid even banging too the screen. The phone is also still at risk of debris entering, which could enter the inside of the hinge and damage the screen from the back.

Previously Samsung officially released the BTS version of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 out of the box.

Fortunately, these issues have been properly addressed on The Galaxy Z Fold 2. Samsung aired a review of the first-generation Fold screen by prominent digital blogger Marques Brownlee (MKBHD) at the Unpacked launch, and a subsequent video showing MKBHD and The Verge editor Dieter Bohn’s review of z Fold 2’s improved design.