"You're folding it incorrectly."
Hey, someone had to say it!
Seeing the fuss over the peeling off of the screen reminded me of the old adage, "Never underestimate the ingenuity of a user.". If working in IT has taught me nothing else in the last 35 years it's that users will do the most unexpected things with the tech they're given.
It's bleeding edge gadget for rich people with more money than sense, Samsung were so desperate to get a folding phone to market before anyone else that the PR droids didn't give the techies enough time to do a complete job. This will haunt Samsung for a while yet, all the time their competitors will making lots and lots of notes and observations at Samsung's expense. Even simple observations of the pictures shows that this thing looks cheap, nasty, has more gaps in it than a kiddies plastic playhouse. Dust, fluff and all manner of nasty detritus will get inside, then again the sort of person who can afford a £2000 mobile phone probably doens't have pocket lint in their designer label clothes I suppose!
I'm in awe of Samsung pushing technology but this should have stayed a prototype and perhaps the company will think twice before they allow the PR droids to override the decisions of the techies in the backroom when they say it's not ready for the big time.