The production should finally start, because Samsung's second attempt with the Galaxy Fold smartphone, which failed so spectacularly that his start in April had to be slowed down. There have been isolated reports that Samsung has not given up re-launching its first foldable handset – delivery of the components is about to begin, with a release expected later this year.
Yet another one The company seems to be serious about making another attempt. Apparently, public tests are currently taking place in which a Galaxy Fold was discovered in the wild.
Samsung was not sure when a new device will finally be delivered SamMobile has posted a photo showing a man traveling by subway to India's capital New Delhi drives and actually uses a Galaxy Fold.
This is a consequence of the recent unveiling of DJ Koh, CEO of Samsung Electronics, during a lecture to press that a few days ago more than 2,000 Galaxy Fold devices were tested. During the same meeting, Koh is also to blame for the first version of the Galaxy Fold, which is such a mess and also represents a rather rare business risk.
"It was embarrassing," Koh told the gathering, what had happened in April. "I pulled it through before it was done. I admit I missed something on the foldable phone, but we're about to recover.
The last expectation when the phone will finally be available is during the "crucial holiday season" wants to have the phone in stores, and those familiar with the matter have informed Bloomberg that Samsung is in the final stages of production of a commercial version of the folding model, but does not adhere to a specific start date. The phone is unlikely to be shown during the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 event next month, but it seems to be coming, and it will not be long.