Samsung Galaxy Fold Launch Delayed Indefinitely After Display Issues

So finally it has happened – the display issues of Samsung Galaxy Fold have led to a delay in its launch. When we had first reported about the various disastrous issues unfolding with Galaxy Fold review units in the United States, we didn’t know whether Samsung will delay its launch or not. But now an official statement has been issued by the company on this matter to inform that the launch of the device has been delayed indefinitely. The device was originally scheduled to launch on April 26, but that won’t happen now.

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Samsung Galaxy Fold Launch Delayed Indefinitely After Display Issues

The statement issued by Samsung states explicitly that it’s not going to fulfill the pre-orders of Samsung Galaxy Fold until its display issues are resolved. No deadline has been given for the same, and the decision applies worldwide. Initial inspections of the company have revealed that the issues are due to the impact on top and bottom areas of the hinge. Some issues are also because of the substances inside the device. The company has said that it will take all steps to increase the display protection and to enhance the guidance regarding care of display and its ‘protective layer’, which was unknowingly peeled-off by many reviewers.

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In the meantime, the Samsung Galaxy Fold launch event in China has also been postponed indefinitely. It’s not known when the new launch date of Galaxy Fold will be revealed for both these markets. However, the company’s statement says that it will be revealed in the “coming weeks.” We’ll let you know when that happens, so keep an eye on our updates.

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