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Work on the Galaxy Fold software experience started in April last year in close collaboration with Google, to provide integrated OS support from Android.
Samsung today announced the availability of the foldable Galaxy Fold, as well as a Galaxy Fold 5G options that will hit select markets.
According to Evan Blass, the launch date for the Samsung Galaxy Fold is September 27. Whether that's U.S.-only or worldwide is yet unknown.
The Korea Herald writes that "Samsung Electronics is making last-minute efforts to release the world’s first foldable display smartphone this week".
September 6 is the new launch date for the Galaxy Fold according to rumors, and it looks like Samsung will be bringing it to the upcoming IFA 2019.
Samsung might be looking to adapt the clamshell form factor to current trends, countering Motorola's RAZR foldable clamshell device.
End of year, most likely December, is when the foldable Motorola RAZR should be announced in the United States, where it will reportedly go for $1,500.
Huawei pushed the Mate X launch back and used this time to iron out any potential problems that might arise in the future, as well as update the foldable.
The foldable Huawei Mate X, announced back in February, looks to have been delayed once again, according to recent reports.
This patent describes a double-folding smartphone from Samsung featuring a large flexible screen and two hinges for a Z-fold.
According to investment bank UBS, a foldable iPhone is still on track for 2020, or 2021, but a foldable iPad might be the first Apple foldable.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold launch is predicted to happen between September 18 and September 20, around the time the iPhone 11 becomes official.
Samsung is now officially sharing information about the availability of the Galaxy Fold, reitarating the changes made to the device.
According to sources in the supply chain, the Samsung foldable clamshell smartphone is real, and is on track for an early 2020 launch.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold has allegedly passed all of its in-house tests, but a company executive has no information on a launch date.
As you can see in the image attached, the person riding the metro in India's capital, New Delhi, is holding a Samsung Galaxy Fold.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about Huawei's desire to keep on working with Android, Sony's new rollable phone and more
An official company presentation slide reveals a September Huawei Mate X launch, but Huawei is already preparing its marketing materials.
A recent report is citing unnamed sources who claim that the Samsung Galaxy Fold redesign is now complete and the company managed to fix the problems.
Samsung CEO DJ Koh admitted, in a meeting in Seoul with members of the media, that he pushed the Galaxy Fold to the market before it was ready.
A report from Korea suggests that Samsung is preparing its second foldable smartphone, an out-folding device, to be launched ahead of the Huawei Mate X.
A recent report from Korea talks about Samsung and its possible plans to release a foldable clamshell smartphone with a 6.7-inch screen.
A recently uncovered patent makes us curious about what the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 could end up being. Would you want it to look like this?