Galaxy Fold ready to hit the market, confirms a Samsung executive


The company confirmed that the decision to delay was due to Samsung's own foldable device issues and its need to further improve the Mate X.

Although, there's no concrete proof that Samsung may launch a phone like this one because there are many existing patents which never have been executed.

This indicates that we will not see the Galaxy Fold, at least until August.

Samsung Display, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, is the main supplier of the folding screen.

Kim also said he had high expectations for the device, saying "The Galaxy Fold, when released, will receive a lot of attention in the market".

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According to the Vice President of Samsung Displays, Kim Seong-cheol, "Most of the display problems have been ironed out, and the Galaxy Fold is ready to hit the market".

"Most of the display problems have been ironed out, and the Galaxy Fold is ready to hit the market", he reportedly said at the Korean Information Display Society conference in Seoul.

That's according to the Korea Herald, which reports that Samsung has denied that the handset would debut in July, despite earlier comments to the contrary from the firm's smartphone boss DJ Koh.

Huawei showcased its foldable smartphone - the Mate X at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019. This means it will not be able to use the Android OS anymore. But when exactly will we find out? He claims that numerous display's issues have been ironed out, and if anyone should know, it's probably him seeing as Samsung Display is the subsidiary tasked with creating the Galaxy Fold's folding screen.

Well, we still don't know.