Just when Samsung displayed its fold-able phone to the market, they have faced several problems with its release.
From designs perspective to system being off. Now after 69 days its was supposed to release, Samsung is all set to re-release its first ever fold-able phone to the market.
The phone was supposed to launch on April 26, but after reviewers faced
Fun fact is the phone was sold out on its pre-orders, though it had several minor little damages.
After staying silent, Samsung finally broke the numbness and reveled its relaunch window and fixed the issues with its $2000 phone.
The company fixed its protective top layer that is extended beyond the bezel, making it apparent for the users that it is an integral part of the display structure, not a sticker you want to remove.
They even put the new protection caps to strengthen the top and bottom of the hinge area, which had revealed natural gaps where particles could get in. And to make its plastic screen stiffer they have put metal reinforcements beneath the screen.
According to the company “All of us at Samsung appreciate the support and patience we’ve received from Galaxy fans all over the world” ,The company added that it’s conducting final quality control tests.
The company is all set for its September release, creating a roar among its competitor about will it be successful or yet another fail attempt.