A recent report confirms that Samsung is planning to reschedule the launch of its Galaxy Fold following the flaws and breaks that the first foldable smartphone from the Korean manufacturer is facing. Samsung Galaxy Fold was earlier planned to be launched on 26th April, but after the smartphone came in the hands of the reviewers, some major design flaws including a protective screen layer which was meant to be intact quickly came out while using the device and other issues including screen cracks, etc. have become a concern regarding its launch on the scheduled date, say reports.
Following the flaws and other related concerns, there has been news that Samsung is planning to reschedule the launch date of Galaxy Fold. Regarding the concern, Samsung has also put on hold the current employee training, and new training will be provided to the employees to make sure that the issues that are coming up-front won’t get repeated.
Max J from Samsung News tweeted:
“ I heard that Samsung had canceled employee training for the Galaxy Fold due to the display problems. They started researching the issue. I heard electronic stores wouldn’t receive the devices until employees have been trained.”
Though there has been no information regarding what changes will Samsung make to improvise the device to make it more user-friendly, one thing is sure that users need not to peel anything off the screen before using the $1900 foldable smartphone.