After a disgraceful recall of Samsung Fold phones shared to tech reviewers which they found some faults in the device, the company in a recent report has said they have resolved the problems of the phone and it is ready to hit the market soon.
According to the latest report, the Samsung Galaxy Fold redesign is about to be completed and will soon be in store. However, the tech giant company Samsung is yet giving exact relaunch date of the phones.
Contrary to several reports suggesting a July launch of the foldable phone, the company has debunked such rumor and given a hint that the relaunch would likely take place alongside the Galaxy Note10 (in early August) or after it.
“Most of the display problems have been ironed out, and the Galaxy Fold is ready to hit the market,” said Samsung Display Vice President Kim Seong-cheol. “The Galaxy Fold, when released, will receive a lot of attention in the market.”
However, we’re still waiting on Samsung to deliver on its promise to announce a new launch date soon (it’s been three weeks already).
The Galaxy Fold was initially meant to launch alongside the Galaxy S10 phones, and it doesn’t sound like Samsung is worried that the Fold and Note will step on each other’s toes.