Samsung Galaxy Fold has gone through a difficult journey since the announcement of IT Home on September 23 this year. Samsung, however, has managed to repair the device. Earlier this month, Samsungs Galaxy Fold folding-screen mobile phone was officially launched in Korea. After the reissue, Samsung Galaxy Fold sold out in South Korea within minutes, and Samsung confirmed that the device would be launched in Germany and the UK on September 18.
Samsung did not say when the device would be available in the United States. According to Evleaks, a recent chat with AT&T employees shows that Samsung Fold will be launched in the U.S. market on September 27. Customer service representatives confirmed that the release date was scheduled for September 27, but AT&T has not yet accepted the reservation. The same information is available on the AT&T website, so it is safe to assume that the device will be available on September 27.
Although Samsungs Galaxy Fold folding screen marks the beginning of a new era, smartphones are still not available to everyone. In addition to the high price of up to $1980, Galaxy Fold needs to be extra careful, and the latest Jerry Rig Everything Violence Test Video proves that the device is not robust.
Source: Editor-in-Charge of IT Home: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541