Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 Records Acceleration Based Free-fall
This August, Samsung released the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Flip3 foldable display phones with Snapdragon 888 processor, and the display is covered with UTG glass. As one of the few flip-folding flagships this year, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 series can be said to have attracted a lot of people’s attention.
This generation, Samsung also used a new ultra-thin flexible glass process, greatly improving the uses life and look and feel of the foldable display. Even if the screen shatters on its own under special circumstances, Samsung also officially provides warranty services to reassure users.
According to mspoweruser, a Twitter user Tron found that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 will record acceleration data in the background of all free fall events, the purpose doing so is to refer to the phone warranty, users due to their reasons make the phone accidental fall damage, the official will not provide free warranty service. He also revealed that Samsung’s standard for judging free-fall falls is 1m in height.
The source said that with this record data, the phone in the warranty even if the appearance of no signs of damage, Samsung will be acceleration data to refuse the free repair. He also said that users are not recommended to throw the Galaxy Fold3 phone to play on the bed or pillow, which will make the phone record abnormal acceleration data.
Tron added a case about the repair of this phone. A month ago, a user’s phone hinge suddenly broke during normal use. The backend data showed that the phone had previously had three free-fall drops, and it was this that caused the phone’s screen to be damaged and then ruptured a few hours later.