As you probably all know, the Samsung Galaxy Fold's release was originally canceled due to some hardware related issues. To the massive surprise of nobody, most of the issues were focused around the display and the folding mechanism.
Thus, the release of the popular Galaxy Fold was delayed so that Google could patch up the issues. It seems like the release is back on track now as Samsung just uploaded another introduction of the device and the Internet is on fire with news about its release.
Keep on reading to find out the details.
Samsung Galaxy Fold: Scheduled to Arrive on September 6
It was a few hours ago when Samsung uploaded another introduction for the Galaxy Fold. At that moment, we all knew that the previous problems had potentially been fixed and that another release was on the way.
Numerous sources online have confirmed this information and as it turns out, the Fold will start rolling out tomorrow in South Korea.
After that, the UK and EE are to follow on the 18th of the month. As for the US, well, nothing has been heard about it as of yet. Update: new information suggests that it'll become available in the US starting at the 27th of this month!
And if you think that's bad, let us not forget that the US version is also only 4G LTE locked.
Still, with that being said, we assume that it'll become globally available by the end of the month. Worst case scenario, maybe till the end of the next month.
The price still remains at the eye-watering level of almost $2K. As a point of comparison, most flagships don't cost more than $1K with Xiaomi's Pocophone coming at less than $300.
About The Previous Cancelation
In case you haven't heard or don't remember about it, the Samsung Galaxy Fold was supposed to be released much sooner.
However, numerous reviewers reported screen-related issues such as flickering, black outs, and bumps.
Not to mention the protective layer which completely messed up the display if you removed it.
All of that was just days after "normal" usage. So, Samsung obviously had to pull back the release until they managed to fix those issues. And here we are today.
That's all for now. Feel like we forgot to mention something important? Got anything wrong? Then let us and everyone else know about it in the comments section down below!
SOURCES: TECH RADAR
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