Galaxy Fold to launch in the second half of 2019


The Samsung Galaxy Fold was intended to change the smartphone industry. For essentially 10 years, smartphones maintained a similar structure. However, the Galaxy Fold was going to challenge that business as usual by presenting a foldable plan. Possibly changing the manner in which we utilize our smartphones.

Sadly, it appears that the walk for change experienced a few hiccups and in the event that you were to see the Galaxy Fold dispatch at any point in the near future, plan for a pause.

This comes in a report from The Korea Herald, Samsung has approached and denied the gossipy tidbits that the smartphone might launch in July. In an announcement given to the media, a Samsung authority says:

“If we are running such a media event this month, we should be doing something by now. Nothing has progressed since the April delay.”


Those who are new to what’s been happening, Samsung has kept running into some quality issues with the handset.

This was found when the device was delivered to the reviewers who mistakenly stripped off the screen’s protective layering, thinking it was just a normal protector. However, this backfired pretty badly.

Also, many times debris used to accumulate between the hinges of the device. Thereby, hampering them and destroying the display from beneath.

Since then, Samsung has promised to fix the issue as soon as possible, and will try to make the device more better. However, this is taking a very long time, actually. Due to this reason, Best Buy and AT&T cancelled all the pre-orders of the device.

Source: The Korean Herald

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