Samsung receives reports of Galaxy Fold screen problems

Breaking Galaxy Fold review unit phones

Breaking Galaxy Fold review unit phones

Samsung has vowed to "thoroughly inspect" Galaxy Fold handsets that suffered failures just days after making their way into the hands of reviewers.

Among the victims is Bloomberg gadget report Mark Gurman, who documented the issues with his review unit throughout yesterday in a series of tweets that was nearly as mesmerizing as the recent fire at Notre Dame. It had a disastrous rollout of a smartphone in 2016 with the Galaxy Note 7, which Samsung eventually recalled because its batteries were catching on fire.

Samsung, which has advertised the phone as "the future", said removing a protective layer of its main display might cause damage, and that it will clearly inform customers such.

South Korea's Samsung said it has received "a few" reports of damage to the main display of samples of its upcoming foldable smartphone and that it will investigate.

You've probably heard by now that a number of reviewers are finding screen issues with their Galaxy Fold review units.

"The screen on my Galaxy Fold review unit is completely broken and unusable just two days in", Bloomberg " s Mark Gunman tweeted. "But I don't know if Samsung can completely fix the problem about screens".

"There are no changes to the plans - we are launching in the USA on April 26".

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Writers have detailed problems with the screens of least four review units, ranging from worn patches to displays breaking entirely, ahead of its release date on 3 May.

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Samsung has once again been put into the "spotlight" after one of its so-called most expensive folding phones - Galaxy Fold, pricing at 2,000 USA dollars, reported broken by some industry journalists. Several brands have planned launches for later this year.

Whether this is a widespread issue with either the design, construction, or materials, or it is specific to a smaller batch is yet unknown. This is a nice upgrade to the S10's photography, as it gives users much control and flexibility when it comes to tackling a shot in poorly lit environments.

However, CNBC's Haselton noted that his phone stopped working despite keeping the protective film intact.

Samsung said removing the protective layer might result in damage, and that it would inform customers of the issue.

Prior to its release, Samsung reportedly tested the phone's folding mechanism more than 200,000 times and they claimed it passed the threshold for durability.

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