Samsung was looking for a great hike in the company’s business with its first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold. However, in the pace to become one of the first smartphone makers to launch a foldable smartphone, the company rushed the launch of this phone with testing it much on all the benchmarks.
As a result, the Samsung Galaxy Fold has failed in many of the review tests and finally, the company recalled the pre-order units and canceled them. Unfortunately, the Galaxy Fold didn’t get that start the company was hoping for. After the announcement of the cancellation of all the pre-orders, the company promises to launch the smartphone as soon as possible, but still, the company didn’t mention an exact date of its launch.
Company’s CEO, DJ Koh now admits to the Independent that he ‘pushed it through before it was ready’. He further adds, “I do admit I missed something on the foldable phone, but we are in the process of recovery”. As for the status of the foldable device, Koh states that mass volume testing is ongoing right now. He states that there are more than 2000 prototypes being tested right now before the market launch of the device.
Meanwhile, Koh still didn’t reveal an exact launch date of the Galaxy Fold. All he said was the phone would be launched “In due course”. Well, with this statement, don’t expect the Fold to meet us anytime in the near future. It can take some more time, most probably a few months to be launched for the customers.
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