Samsung’s first foldable phone that is Galaxy Fold and now being ready to launch again. After two months of re-engineering and redesigning, the company fixes Galaxy Fold issues. Earlier Galaxy Fold was about to release on April 26. But due to some unexpected issues in the phone, majorly in its display, the company has postponed its launch.
Samsung fixes Galaxy Fold issues
The world’s largest smartphone manufacturer has reportedly fixed the issues and reached to the final stages of manufacturing all new version of Galaxy Fold, The news has reported by Bloomberg. However, the Korean smartphone maker has not yet disclosed the date to begin its sales.
After encountered problems such as display breaking, hinges loosening, and malfunctions of the film on the display, Samsung had pulled all the devices which were provided for testing.
Samsung was focused to solve issues to save its reputation after canceling the earlier launch of Galaxy Fold on April 26. The $1,980 device, Galaxy Fold may soon start reaching to its customers.
Korea’s biggest company has always keen to be the first in the latest technology. With the reason, Samsung still rumored to plan next foldable phone with a vertically foldable screen.
Samsung may host an ‘Unpacked’ event on August 7 where the company may launch the Galaxy Note 10 smartphone. In the same event, Samsung may reveal the updated Galaxy Fold. Till then, we have to wait for the next positive update.