Well, in the story with glass in the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, you can put the final point. Recall a couple of days ago, the blogger JerryRigEverything conducted tests of this device and found that its screen was covered with plastic.
A bit later, Samsung’s official comments appeared, as well as statements by a number of other bloggers and insiders indicating that there really is plastic there, but underneath it is still ultra-thin glass, which is 16 times thinner than ordinary protective glass in smartphones.
There is no reason to disbelieve Samsung in this case, but nevertheless it is best to convince everything with your own eyes. And the same blogger JerryRigEverything decided to check the words of Samsung.
As you can see, there is indeed glass under plastic protection. Judging by how easy it is to crack in the process of peeling off the plastic coating, it is really incredibly thin.
In addition, another piece of data appeared regarding the Z Flip display. As it turned out, between the glass and the display module itself there is also a certain shock-absorbing layer. It is needed to increase the reliability of the screen.
As you can see, if we talk exclusively about the technical side, the Galaxy Z Flip screen is very different from the Galaxy Fold display. The first should be significantly more tenacious and reliable. But is it really so, only time and numerous reviews will show.