Vice president of Samsung Display Kim-Sheong Cheol says that the company has very high expectations from the Galaxy fold. The release of Samsung Galaxy fold was put on a halt after issues related to display were reported by its early reviewers.
Display issues fixed on Samsung Galaxy Fold:
But finally Samsung display Vice president Kim-Sheong Cheol has affirmed that most of the display issues have been resolved. So the Galaxy Fold is ready to hit the market. He still restricted himself from giving the exact release dates. His statements indicated that it could be anytime soon.
Recently it also came across that the relaunch might be as early as in the coming weeks.
Samsung also focused on the fact that Samsung display will be the major exporter of foldable displays for the Galaxy Fold. Also, the Vice President of Samsung Display has now given the confirmation that issues concerning displays have been solved.
The conference focuses on glitches:
All this information came out when the executive was speaking at a conference held by the Korean Information Display Society in Seoul.
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Kim also focused on the fact that the company had great expectations from the release of Galaxy fold. He also stated on the fact that Samsung galaxy fold will attract a lot of users in the market. Samsung also released a statement in which it denied the release of its flagship device by end of July.
Samsung also need to make sure that all the issues have been addressed and it’s foldable feature is functioning. Before it wishes to release the product in the market.Several reviewers who were provided pre-release units after the pre-Mobile World Congress launch posted photos of their screens failing.
#GalaxyFold ready for launch as most of the display related issues are fixed: @Samsung official
Initially slated to be launched in April, Galaxy Fold launch was delayed due to display related issues. pic.twitter.com/uLVf0QWXDx
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In some of the rare cases, the screen cracked completely, while in another it raised near the crease. Observing this Samsung decided to postpone the launch and also cancelled all the pre-orders.
To recall the fact, it was supposed to be released on April 26 in selected countries including the USA, priced at $1,890.
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