Samsung Still Cannot Provide A Release Date For The Galaxy Fold

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Samsung Still Cannot Provide A Release Date For The Galaxy Fold

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Samsung unveiled the company’s first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold at the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 20, 2019. The device features two screens and is the first phone in the world to manage such a feat. The global rollout of the Galaxy Fold was scheduled on April 26 2019, but shortly before the same, some reviewers started experiencing issues with the hinge of the smartphone, which became a cause of worry for those who had pre-ordered the device. While users are were still eager for the news of any further developments from the company, Samsung has sent out emails to select customers who pre-ordered the Galaxy Fold. 

The aforementioned emails affirm that a new Galaxy Fold release date cannot be provided by the company immediately. Instead, the customers who pre-ordered a unit of the smartphone will get their complete payments refunded. As per reports, the South Korean technology giant states that it’s experiencing success in the process of enhancing the design of the foldable smartphone. Samsung further added that it wants the updated Galaxy Fold to meet the high standards that customers expect from it. 

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Noteworthy, Samsung says that it will have more specific shipping information to share in upcoming days, which is quite vague. Nonetheless, the company says that it is making solid progress with the Galaxy Fold’s schematics, which may be worth it for the customers who are eagerly waiting for the new date of availability. As per reports, the company will update their customers regarding the developments by May 31 2019. The customers who are interested to retain their spot even after the date mentioned above can notify Samsung regarding their decision to do so. Moreover, the customers can cancel their pre-orders anytime, but note that they won’t be able to get back on the list once they withdraw from the same. 

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