Samsung is very much likely to become the first smartphone manufacturer to bring a fully functional foldable smartphone to the market as the manufacturer appears to be ready to re-introduce the Galaxy Fold to the public.
For those unaware, the original release date for the Fold was set for April 26th. However, after a string of disastrous reviews, including complaints of the screen breaking and small objects getting wedged underneath; Samsung had no choice but to postpone the release date. The company has since then been maintaining a silence over the release date of its first foldable smartphone.
Although Samsung hasn’t made any official announcement regarding the release date, Samsung China has recently listed the Galaxy Fold, hinting at an imminent launch( via Max J.).
While the Galaxy Fold is a unique smartphone, the smartphone camera lovers might want to skip the folding smartphone as the company is going to introduce a never-seen-before camera technology in the upcoming Galaxy S11 smartphone, according to reliable leakster Ice Universe. The camera in S11 is also rumored to be better than the new Note10 smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 is going to be a successor to the S10 smartphone and is likely to be released in the first quarter of 2020.