Michael Tech, a videographer from Mobile Tech, tweeted his disappointment A tiny, alien object had found its way into his test unit and disrupted the screen's function. An escalating list of issues has led the world's largest phone maker to delay.
"Sigh, some grain was tweeted under my Galaxy fold display" Fisher ] [dienstagnachmittag] . "I'll send it back to Samsung, hoping they'll find a way to close that joint."
Fisher said he would post a video showing his unit's issue on Wednesday.
Samsung did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Samsung's problems started last week when in four early production test unitsoccurred. With these screen issues, other customers became concerned about the long-term wear of the seam or wrinkles when the phone bends in half with its 7.3-inch screen.
The incidents involving Fold's plastic screen – including a screen bulge and flickering display – have causedreflecting the durability of Samsung's $ 2,000 foldable phone and the concept of bendable devices in general in question.