Samsung Fixes Galaxy Fold And Is Ready For Launch

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Samsung Fixes Galaxy Fold And Is Ready For Launch

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Foldable smartphones were all the buzz early this year with Samsung being at the centre alongside its highly anticipated Galaxy Fold. However, the smartphone that was expected to launch in April to the global audience had been inevitably delayed. The reason for this was the display issues faced by influencers which were sent pre-release units. Unfortunately, most of these units had fatal flaws that caused Samsung to take a step back. The Korean giant now claims that Galaxy Fold has been subjected to some changes and is finally ready for the world.

Huawei in a statement had held off from releasing its own Mate X foldable handset, fearing a similar reception as Samsung. The Galaxy Fold had ensured Samsung’s win in unveiling the first foldable smartphone but lost the quality in its product. All in all the device had proven to be rushed with its various screen related problems, the very aspect which was key. Ever since then Samsung has publicly announced that it has fixed issues that were plaguing its foldable devices screen. The tech giant further on, even claimed that the Galaxy Fold is even ready to be shipped to the international market.

The news was broken down by a senior company executive and Samsung is expected to bring an official announcement soon regarding the commercial availability. Notably, the company’s spokesperson’s have had a varying degree of replies to the initial debacle faced by the Galaxy Fold. The month of May had seen the company claim the device is ready, which was followed by a report that detailed how no progress was made. The latest announcement was made directly by Samsung’s Vice President and are likely to be more reliable than the ones in the past.

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The Galaxy Fold is confirmed to launch soon by the company, although exact details have yet to be discerned. Speculations have popped up that even point at launch right before the upcoming flagship, the Galaxy Note 10. Since the initial release was planned for the US in April, it may see a similar trend in the coming weeks. Information will be available once updates are given out by the company. 

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