At the TechCrunch Disrupt conference, Samsung President Young Sohn said, "I think that the point is we're selling [a] million of these products".
He shared this information during an event in Berlin, Germany.
This led to a disastrous initial release for the Galaxy Fold. In a statement to South Korea's Yonhap News Agency, a Samsung representative said that Sohn's statement was inaccurate, ant that Galaxy Fold sales have not surpassed 1 million. That will surely help the company to improve its successor, which is slated to arrive in Q1 2020. Sohn was asked during today's event if the company is still comfortable selling what's "essentially a beta device" for nearly $2,000.
Not that those numbers are massive for a company which is used to much bigger success when it releases new devices. As far as Galaxy A71 is concerned, Samsung hasn't announced the price and availability details of this handset.
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Well, if rumors are to be believed, that will happen. No, hah. Just wait for the Galaxy Fold 2 in 4-5 months that won't cost $2,000. One report suggested that the device will be priced at $850. There are new ways to access the one-handed mode, more detailed battery usage graphs, and improvements to pre-installed Samsung apps. Both vertically-folding and horizontally-folding devices are in two, as per rumors.
With the sheer number of devices that the Korean firm launches each year, Samsung has many a time left its users complaining about updates. Some months later, Samsung re-launched the Galaxy Fold and this time the foldable phone was in flawless shape. The Galaxy Fold starts at $1,980 for the 4G LTE version here in the United States, and the 5G variant - which isn't available in the U.S. - starts at 2.398 million Korean won (~$2,038.60). This is exactly what we hoped the Galaxy Fold would accomplish for the industry. While the Galaxy Fold's release was mired by a host of issues, it now appears that things may not be as bad as they seem.
Evan Blass also claimed that there would be five variants in total that all sport curved-edge displays.