Samsung is still committed to an imminent relaunch of its super-expensive foldable handset. The one that was supposed to have been on the market by now but was yanked at the eleventh hour after high-profile reviewers and tech outlets found a slew of problems with the Galaxy Fold — which, it turns out, was unacceptably fragile for a device with a nearly $2,000 price tag.
We know Samsung is still committed to the device because the company keeps telling us so. And we also know the company is still committed because it’s racing to fix the sloppy work that dogged the first version of the Galaxy Fold to ensure that it’s finally ready for prime time.
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Here’s what Samsung is doing to fix the Galaxy Fold’s embarrassing mistakes originally appeared on BGR.com on Wed, 15 May 2019 at 16:50:51 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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