Despite damaging reports, Samsung is hell-bent on releasing its Galaxy Fold this month
Thursday, 18 April 2019 Last night, major drama unfolded as several gadget reviewers who got their hands on the Samsung Galaxy Fold reported that their screens broke or began malfunctioning, because of hardware and software issues. The company later issued a statement saying that it’s investigating the issue. More importantly, it said that it’s going ahead with the original plan of launching the ~$2,000 device in the US on April 26. That’s quite a bold move, given the device (or at least the screen) doesn’t seem ready for consumers. Also from Samsung PR: “There are no changes to the plans – we are launching in…
Samsung's highly-anticipated Galaxy Fold may have a problem. Journalists with review versions of the nearly $2,000 foldable phone are complaining of cracked screens and other malfunctions only days after taking the gadget out of the box. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Samsung's first folding smartphone, the $2,000 Galaxy Fold, has been mired in controversy for the last several weeks. The device was scheduled to come out in late April, but when several review units..