Samsung Galaxy Fold spotted in the hands of Samsung employee at Delhi Metro which hints that launch is imminent, according to Sam Mobile. This suggests that Samsung might have fixed the display issues, and is testing out the smartphone ahead of its re-launch later this year. Samsung has completely overhauled the design for Galaxy Fold.
Last month Samsung CEO also confirmed that all display issues have been fixed and Galaxy Fold is ready to hit the market. “Most of the display problems have been ironed out, and the Galaxy Fold is ready to hit the market,” said Samsung Display Vice President Kim Seong-Cheol in his speech at a conference held by industry organization The Korean Information Display Society on June 18 in Seoul.
Galaxy Fold is the first foldable phone from the company. It features two display screens: a 4.6-inch display when folded, you can use when it’s closed, and a much larger 7.3-inch “Infinity Flex” display you can use when you open the device. Samsung Galaxy Fold comes with the 7nm processor and 12GB of RAM. It comes with a 512GB of built-in storage. It is powered by a 7nm 64-bit Octa-core processor.