Since the launch of the Galaxy Fold, Samsung has been running into problems with the smartphone. Samsung cancelled the launch of the device in March and has been busy fixing the numerous design issues with the device. This time around, the company will put the Galaxy Fold smartphone to the test just to make sure that users don’t face issues that they’re facing earlier.
The smartphones are now being tested by Samsung employees in various parts of the world. Now, the Galaxy Fold was recently spotted in Lucknow, a city in Uttar Pradesh, India. HC Hong, President, and CEO, Samsung Southwest Asia was seen carrying the folding smartphone on Sunday. Hong was on its way to attend an industry ceremony for announcing new investments in Uttar Pradesh( via SamMobile).
The above image hardly reveals details about the smartphone, making us wonder whether it’s the refreshed design or the old one that everyone criticized.
For those unaware, the changes that Samsung is rumoured to make are: addition of caps on the ends, extended the screen protector below the bezels and improvement to the hinge.
The Galaxy Fold will be released in select markets, and it’s increasingly likely that India too, will be able to receive Samsung’s first folding smartphone. Besides India, users in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, and a few other major markets will be able to buy the smartphone.