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Galaxy Fold will not debut before July

Samsung has been resolved to put up the telephone for sale to the public in spite of reports that Galaxy Fold is incredibly delicate for day by day use.




The bizarre case of Galaxy Fold may augment the debut of the phone in mid-summer, according to a report by The Korea Herald.

Local media reported in May that Samsung would postpone the phone debut and now says it will be in July that will roll Samsung's experiment phone into the hands of first buyers.

The report is in contradiction to a recent statement by Samsung Mobile DJ Koh CEO who had said Galaxy Fold would be available before July.

They share us just one week before two months from the debut of the phone that should have happened in April.
Samsung has been resolved to put up the telephone for sale to the public in spite of reports that Galaxy Fold is incredibly delicate for day by day use.
iFix had discovered a weak pull mechanism a few days before Samsung withdrew it from the market.

The Yonhap news agency mentioned that Samsung could address the problem by integrating the screen's protective layer on the phone itself. The first analysts in the hands of Galaxy Fold had removed this layer, thinking it was protective glass, but it actually protected the folding mechanism from the entry of impurities.

Beyond this there is no information about how Samsung will address the problem. At the same time, Huawei has confirmed the postponement of the phone by folding Mate X in September. In short, the revolution of sliding screens will come later than we thought.

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