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Samsung’s new folding phone appears to be a set back

by Peter Smyth Tech Journalist
18th Apr 19 12:34 pm

This week Samsung sent out their new foldable smartphone to a few media outlets for review, however the phone appears to be a major set back for the company.

Mark Gunman wrote on Twitter, “The screen on my Galaxy Fold review unit is completely broken and unusable just two days in. Hard to know if this is widespread or not.”

Samsung has said they are aware of “a few reports” of damage to the smartphones main display and said, they will “thoroughly inspect these units in person to determine the cause of the matter.”


Dieter Bohn at the Verge wrote, “Whatever happened, it certainly wasn’t because I have treated this phone badly.

“I’ve done normal phone stuff, like opening and closing the hinge and putting it in my pocket. We did stick a tiny piece of moulding clay on the back of the phone yesterday to prop it up for a video shoot, which is something we do in every phone video shoot.”


The new smartphone retails at a whopping $2,000 and reviewers insist there has been now rough handling of the device.

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