According to the publication, the smartphone manufacturer is currently in the "final stage" of production of a suitable version for the consumer market, but can not yet name a firm start date.
The South Korean company originally planned to roll out its $ 1,980 folding phone on April 26, but had to delay its launch after several units sent to auditors crashed during testing.
All problems related to the screen of the device, which was later found to be vulnerable to foreign body intrusion, thanks to an iFixit tear-off, which was later removed on Samsung's request.
The company reportedly remedied these issues, according to the persons familiar with the matter who spoke with Bloomberg .
It has now stretched the protective film to wrap the entire screen and flow into the outer bezels, making it impossible to pull off by hand, people said, who have seen the latest versions. The hinge has been reworked and pushed slightly up the screen (it is now flush with the display) to continue stretching the film when the phone is opened.
This tension makes the film harder and more natural than a removable accessory. The resulting projection, which is barely perceptible to the naked eye, could help reduce the likelihood of a crease forming in the center of the screen over time.
Samsung announced on Monday to hold an event on Wednesday. Aug. 7 in New York City to unveil the next-generation Galaxy Note device.
Samsung can also use the August event to get more detailed information on the likely launch of the delayed Galaxy Fold.