IT LOOKS LIKE Samsung won't release the Galaxy Fold until August at the earliest after debunking talk of a July release. It's been two months since the device was originally scheduled to go on sale, and despite promising a new launch date several times, Samsung has failed to deliver. There have been some signs of life here and there, but everything we've heard falls short of hard confirmation that the phone will soon make a comeback.
Besides, Huawei is roping in Play Store developers to bring their apps to the company's AppGallery, reports XDA-Developers.
Now it would appear that the device is ready to launch, the news comes from a Samsung executive who have revealed that the device is "ready to hit the market".
Samsung fans will likely be both excited and concerned by that comment.
"Most of the display problems have been ironed out, and the Galaxy Fold is ready to hit the market", he reportedly said at the Korean Information Display Society conference in Seoul. The South Korean company might be having problems with its new Galaxy Fold phone, but it certainly hasn't stopped them from working on a dual-screen device.
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Meanwhile, the Huawei Mate X is still safe as it has yet to show any major issues unlike Samsung's device.
Does that mean there are issues Samsung wasn't able to iron out?
Another tech which is also booming is the 5G network and a number of smartphones have already popped up in the market including a 5G variant of Samsung Galaxy S10 and others.
Well, we still don't know.
"If we are running such a media event this month, we should be doing something by now", a Samsung official remarked.