Samsung is reportedly going to officially release its inaugural folding screen smartphone, Galaxy Fold, to the public in early September.
Although not mentioning the exact date, a South Korean media suspect this smartphone will be introduced on September 6 or right on the first day of the IFA 2019 event in Berlin, Germany.
That is, Galaxy Fold will first be released to the public before Apple announces the presence of the iPhone 11 which reportedly will take place on September 10, 2019.
It also said that South Korea will be the first country to receive a Galaxy Fold. After that, Galaxy Fold is also said to be released in the US and China in the same month.
Galaxy Fold is one of two folding screen smartphones announced earlier this year. Besides Samsung, Huawei also introduced a similar product, namely Mate X.
When tested, Galaxy Fold got negative comments from reviewers. They highlight the part of the screen hinges that are not working properly.
After that, Samsung immediately postponed sending Galaxy Fold to buyers who had made orders via pre-orders.