Samsung Electronics announced the final testing phase of the emerging Galaxy Fold smartphone, sales of which are planned in several markets as early as September. Details about where and when the device will become available will be announced closer to the start of sales.
Earlier this year, the company announced the Galaxy Fold, the first Samsung smartphone with a flexible screen, which marked the beginning of a completely new category of mobile devices. Following complaints about breakdowns by first consumers, the Galaxy Fold has been recalled from the market and refined to provide the best possible experience.
In particular, a number of design and construction elements of the smartphone were updated:
The upper protective layer of the Infinity Flex display has been enlarged and now fits snugly against the device frame. Thus, it is perceived as an integral part of the display structure that cannot be removed.
The upper and lower parts of the hinges are reinforced with new protective covers.
Under the Infinity Flex display are additional layers of metal to enhance screen protection.
The gap between the hinge and the Galaxy Fold housing is reduced.
At the same time, Samsung continues to work on optimizing more applications and services for a unique folding interface.
Galaxy Fold changes the concept of a smartphone, offering the user new opportunities for interacting with the world. Designed to the smallest detail, thin and made of premium materials, Galaxy Fold allows you to fully immerse yourself in content, but at the same time fits comfortably in the palm of your hand. When folded, the smartphone provides access to the most important information, and when opened, it allows you to use several applications at the same time. On the Galaxy Fold, you can simultaneously work with tables, talk via video, and search for information on the Internet.
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