Samsung Said There Will Be No Made-in-India Galaxy Fold
Anil - Jul 02, 2019
The Korean giant has firmly claimed that there’ll be no made-in-India Galaxy Fold.
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The few rumors about the Galaxy Fold are still out there, including that the first foldable phone of Samsung will be made in India. Keep in mind that we had some understandable reasons as MySmartPrice wrote in a report that the company had started the production of Galaxy Fold in the country and the official launch is on the way. However, the company has firmly claimed that there’ll be no made-in-India Galaxy Fold.
Back in the past days, MySmartPrice’s report was based on the source from tipster Ishan Agarwal. Instead of responding to anything related to the leaks as we usually see, Samsung later called this a hoax and denied the wrong information immediately.
In the meantime, the foldable phone Samsung Galaxy Fold was expected to hit the market in April. Unfortunately, the phone seems to need more rooms for improvement as its launch then was abandoned due to some issues in tow with its screen, according to reports from reviewers. According to some previous sources, the display appeared broken after they accidentally removed the protective film on the top, while the company said it’s not a screen protector but a part of the display. On the other hand, a number of reviewers claimed that the screen still got damaged even when they did not remove the film.
After that, Samsung stated they would fix them soon before a re-launch. At present, there’re still opposite opinions about whether all problems with the upcoming phone have been done or not. Last month, the Korean Herald quoted a Samsung official that the re-launch would unlikely happen in July, and the company had done nothing with those issues. Otherwise, another senior executive of Samsung claimed everything was ready to go on sale soon.