It starts with a reminder that the Fold display is secure and does not need additional film – one of the reasons that early devices get damaged is because reviewers peel off that layer. However, the video also advises potential buyers to "use a light touch."
The video then explains that the Fold was designed with an articulated spine "inspired by the precision of the mechanics of the watch" and that you should keep it free of water and dust . When Samsung remodeled the device, it added caps to the top and bottom edges of the hinge because the dust entered the older hinge design and clogged the mechanism. It is not clear why the company still wants you to protect it from dust and how expects you to achieve this.
Finally, the company explains that the device uses strategically placed magnets to retain it when folded. Therefore, according to Samsung, it should not be placed near keys or coins that could damage it. The device also doesn't have to be kept close to debit or credit cards, which means you can't just stuff it in your bag / purse with everything else. Samsung even warns that you may want to consult your doctor before use if you have an implantable medical device.
The video ends with the note that Samsung has created the Galaxy Fold Premier Service to help you take care of the sloping tablet. You can watch this whole thing below, but here's a summary for you: you can think twice about buying the device for $ 2,000 if you're clumsy.