Rumors later surfaced that the Fold would be unveiled to Korean media in June and would go on sale in July, according to Korea Herald. And last week, Samsung’s smartphone business chief Koh Dong-jin told a Korean media outlet that the phone would arrive before July, also according to Korea Herald.
But a Samsung official refuted that timing. “Nothing has progressed since the April delay,” the report quoted a Samsung official saying.
Earlier this week,, citing Samsung’s delay in releasing the device. Customers who preordered the Fold will receive $100 AT&T promotional credit.
This followed Best Buy canceling Galaxy Fold preorders in May due to Samsung not providing a new release date.
Samsung didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
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The Chinese tech giant is pushing the Huawei Mate X launch date from this summer to September, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Vincent Peng, a Huawei senior VP, told the Journal that the delay is to improve the quality of the phone’s foldable screen.
“We’re doing a lot of tests,” Peng reportedly said.
Huawei didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.