19 June 2019
The Galaxy Fold is Samsung’s answer to the foldable devices, but perhaps it couldn’t go in the hands of buyers as a bad fate attacked it first. The Galaxy Fold was set to become available in April but this got canceled as several review units were damaged after display film removal. We have been keeping an eye on it since then in a quest to know when it finally will land in the hands of the tech enthusiasts.
There have been so many speculations about its release ever since Samsung canceled the initial launch on April 26. In fact, one of the recent reports stated that the device will get launched in June but seems like it’s not happening as a new report from a South Korean media, ETNews tells that release of the Galaxy Fold will happen in July. This means the foldable device will be released before the Galaxy Note 10 that is now tipped to launch on August 10.
Samsung Galaxy Fold which opens to expose 7.3-inch tablet-sized display received mixed pre-release reception. The design is indeed innovative but its susceptibility to debris is just can’t be ignored. Several review units of Galaxy Fold faced screen-related issues so Samsung had to take them all back and delay its release, in order to investigate and eventually put a solution to the problem.