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Delayed Galaxy Fold's fate will be decided “in a few days,” says Samsung's CEO

Originally launched to be released on April 26, Samsung's expected Galaxy Fold was indefinitely pursued after a number of early review models experienced serious problems related to the mobile phone's main screen. Now only after announcing that Pre-orders of Galaxy Fold are likely to be interrupted unless customers say otherwise Samsung's CEO DJ Koh has shown that the Korean company will confirm the foldable orbital period in a few days. Speaks to Korean Herald Koh said the company "has reviewed the error caused by subjects (who entered the unit), and we will reach a conclusion in a few days (at the launch)." Cause and defect The fault in question is due to the fact that the protective layer has been removed from the Galaxy Fold's screen, which is said to leave spaces on the display exposed, which allows debris to enter the unit and become obstructed. In some situations, removal of the layer can completely break the Galaxy Fold screen completely, with several reports from screeners of screens swarming or flickering shortly after the layer has been removed. Samsung has not discussed what specific measures it will take to avoid the problem being cut down when the handset is finally released to consumers, even though the company has suggested that it could provide clearer communication to customers about the protection layer and emphasize its importance.

Originally launched to be released on April 26, Samsung’s expected Galaxy Fold was indefinitely pursued after a number of early review models experienced serious problems related to the mobile phone’s main screen.

Now only after announcing that Pre-orders of Galaxy Fold are likely to be interrupted unless customers say otherwise Samsung’s CEO DJ Koh has shown that the Korean company will confirm the foldable orbital period in a few days.

Speaks to Korean Herald Koh said the company “has reviewed the error caused by subjects (who entered the unit), and we will reach a conclusion in a few days (at the launch).”

Cause and defect

The fault in question is due to the fact that the protective layer has been removed from the Galaxy Fold’s screen, which is said to leave spaces on the display exposed, which allows debris to enter the unit and become obstructed.

In some situations, removal of the layer can completely break the Galaxy Fold screen completely, with several reports from screeners of screens swarming or flickering shortly after the layer has been removed.

Samsung has not discussed what specific measures it will take to avoid the problem being cut down when the handset is finally released to consumers, even though the company has suggested that it could provide clearer communication to customers about the protection layer and emphasize its importance.

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