The problems with Samsung's latest phone do not bother the creators, the new phone will still be on the shelves at the end of April.
According to a Samsung spokesman, the problem with a screen damage attributed to customers is removing an upper layer of the screen.
"The main display of the Galaxy Fold includes an upper protective layer, which is part of the screen structure to protect the screen from accidental scratches," it said in Inverse .
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"Removing the protective layer or adding adhesives to the main display can cause damage."
This was not obvious to the limited number of reviewers who received the phone, but the company will resolve this error by addressing "This information will be clearly forwarded to our customers."
However, those who kept the protective layer intact still reported breakages and said the phone was "completely unusable".
Some journalists who received the phone were surprised I hear that it will continue to be publicly available, especially given the high price.
"Samsung will regret putting the Galaxy Fold on the market so there are significant hardware issues here, and for a $ 2,000 phone this is obviously not ready for consumers." Tweeted Tom Warren, senior editor of The Verge .
According to Samsung, the screen can be opened and closed 200,000 times or over a five-year period 100,000 times a day.
Referring to the "Launch of the phone," a spokesman told the Wall Street Journal "There are no changes to the plans."
April 26th will be launched in the US. The launch date for New Zealand has not yet been determined.