We’ll see if they have their act together on this phone…..
Last time they were not so lucky….
After months of waiting and a design overhaul, Samsung’s first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, is now available to customers who want to shell out $1,980 for a device that can convert from a phone into a tablet.
We decided to pick up one of Samsung’s folding smartphones to test it out to see if it’s worth the price point, so check out our video for our Galaxy Fold unboxing and first impressions.
Samsung initially planned to release the Galaxy Fold in early 2019, but after providing the device to reviewers, a host of major issues were uncovered that impacted the durability and performance of the device.
Samsung ultimately canceled the Galaxy Fold’s launch and went back to the drawing board to address some of the problems that led to multiple broken devices within a matter of days after reviewers received a review unit.
So the new Galaxy Fold is supposed to have a more durable display with a better protective layer (which some reviewers thought was meant to be removed on the original version) and a strengthened hinge to prevent breakage from dust and debris, and other durability changes…..