Koh told reporters that Samsung tried to launch its first foldable phone “before it was ready,” and that the situation was 8220;embarrassing8221;, according to The Independent. If you recall, right before the device was set to launch in April, reviewers began reporting several screen issues. Samsung delayed the phone8217;s launch and has yet to reveal when we8217;ll be able to buy it.
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However, Koh now claims that Samsung has “defined all of the issues and all of the problems” with the Galaxy Fold8217;s design and is currently testing 2,000 units. The Galaxy Fold still isn8217;t ready for prime time, though, with Koh adding, “give us a bit more time.” To be clear, Samsung is still promising the phone will launch, but it has yet to announce a new release date.
“I do admit I missed something on the foldable phone, but we are in the process of recovery,” Koh explained, which suggests Samsung is thinking long and hard about how (and when) it8217;ll finally release the fixed version for us all to try.
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