After doing like 5 - 6 months researching and asking a lot of people i came with a conclusion about this screen cracking along the crease, this issues mostly happening in a country with cold weather what i mean is this ultra thin glass inside the screen might start to freeze when you open the flip and slowly became prone to crack (you know when a glass is frozen they became easy to crack sorry idk how to explain it well) and this thing happenin everytime you flip it so yea something like that because remember the first galaxy fold, that thing doesnt have the ultra thin glass inside and the only issue with that phone is only reviewer or customer peeling the screen protector and not cracking
I haven't owned the Flip Samsung phone's myself however one of my colleagues has and his seems to be fairing ok @Pokkoyori
I'm in the UK so it's not always overly warm or cold here however the phone is quality tested to be able to stand certain temperatures either way and goes through rigorous opening and closing.
I like you have no real insight in regards to what % of phone's that have been sold globally to how many have had issues in regards to the screen.
One wouod think if alot are being returned to / repaired by Samsung then their internal quality testing department would investigate.
I own the Fold³ and apart from the delamination of the internal factory fitted screen protector it's been exemplary.
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My phone did the same thing yesterday. 7/13/22 I was astonished! I live in California so it's definitely not weather related. My phone was sitting on my desk at work I picked it up and saw this crazy situation. Plus two little spots similar to the center. The center appears to be spreading as well.