After undergoing a redesign to account for the screen reliability issues, Galaxy Fold will be available to purchase in September, putting Samsung's first foldable smartphone with a $1,980 price tag in direct competition with Apple's new iPhones that usually arrive in September.
The next Note is unveiling on August 7, Samsung indicated in a press release this morning.
After reviewing the defect highlighted in early reviews and iFixit's teardown of its $1,980 Galaxy Fold smartphone, Samsung has reportedly resolved the issues involving the main display.
Samsung has informed people who have pre-ordered its $1,980 Galaxy Fold smartphone that it will cancel all orders if it fails to ship the foldable device by May 31.
Just two days after publishing its analysis of Samsung's much-hyped foldable smartphone, revered teardown experts over at iFixit have inexplicably bowed to pressure from the South Korean company which requested that the teardown be pulled from the iFixit website.
iDB yesterday ran a story detailing Samsung's screen woes that forced it to delay the planned launch of its first foldable smartphone until further notice and now teardown specialists over at iFixit have taken matters into their own hands, having pried open the Galaxy Fold in search of a possible design flaw that might be causing these embarrassing screen failures.
Samsung's first foldable smartphone, the expensive Galaxy Fold, was supposed to go on sale later this week, but its much-expected debut has been delayed now because reviewers encountered numerous problems with its foldable OLED screen and hinge design.
It's no secret that biometrics on Samsung's earlier Galaxies with their old-school 2D facial recognition can be spoofed by using a headshot. The latest Galaxy S10 series is no exception.
Samsung today announced it will preinstall the Spotify app globally on its latest smartphones like Galaxy S10, Galaxy Fold and more. Moreover, new Galaxy customers who subscribe to Spotify on their device will be treated to six free months of Spotify Premium in the US.
According to a new report yesterday, Samsung is working on two more foldable smartphones aside from the already-introduced $1,980 Galaxy Fold. One will have a clamshell-like design and the other will be a foldout device similar to Huawei's $2,600 Mate X foldable smartphone.
Samsung last week unveiled its $1,980 Galaxy Fold phone sporting a 4.6-inch display that unfolds into a tablet with a secondary 7.3-inch 21:9 notched display. The initial wave of product videos didn't completely show off the best features of the device so the South Korean giant put out a new showcase video giving us our best look yet at the forthcoming foldable smartphone.
Rounding out our recap of Samsung's big Unpacked event today are the announcements of a new AirPods competitor, Galaxy Buds, and two near wearables: the Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch and Galaxy Fit fitness band. We've put together a full overview of these devices for you below.