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AT&T cancels Galaxy Fold pre-orders due to lengthy delay

engadget Thursday, 13 June 2019 ()
AT&T held on to people's Galaxy Fold pre-orders even after Best Buy cancelled reservations back in May. Now that it's been almost a couple of months since Samsung's foldable device was supposed to come out, though, the carrier has decided that it...
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