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Samsung withdrew all Galaxy Fold test samples

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Samsung withdrew all Galaxy Fold test samples… Base on report gathered, the South Korean company Samsung has withdrawn all test samples of Galaxy Fold sent to journalists the day after the transfer of the start of sales of the smartphone. This was told the news agency Reuters from the words of representatives.

Samsung asks testers to return devices for a thorough analysis of display problems. For the first time, journalists began to publish their reviews about the device on April 17 – many experts had problems with the display .

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At the same time, events in honor of the launch of smartphone sales in Hong Kong and Shanghai were canceled  , and the release of a smartphone in the United States, originally scheduled for April 26, was postponed to May.

A Samsung employee also told the agency that the situation is still positive, as the company has time to solve the problem before selling the smartphone to a wide audience. When the investigation is over, it is still unknown.

Exit  Galaxy Fold in Russia is scheduled for the second half of May. It is expected that the device will be sold for 150-200 thousand rubles.

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