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MrMobile: "Not surprised, just disappointed" that his Galaxy Fold is defective

Our own Michael Fisher, AKA MrMobile, seems to have some rubbish under his monitor. The same piece of debris that entered Dieter Bohn's unit over at The Verge. (Well, probably not the same rubbish, but an equally devastating one.)

It doesn't matter, but Samsung gathers all the review units and inspects them for shortcomings, a consequence of indefinite delayed company issued earlier this week when trying to dig in why this problem developed in the first place. Then it has to solve the problem, probably by plugging the exposed parts of the hinge, which iFixit believes is the culprit in this mess.

While playing the little problem, Samsung is likely to make it much harder for the average person to remove the non-exact-one screen protector that apparently keeps the bottom plastic display from achieving too much damage. It also hopes to do all this before the unavoidable release of Huawei Mate X, which is expected to start selling sometime in June. According to AT&T, Galaxy Fold may return for sale on June 1

3, but it may be a placeholder.

Samsung is also in the incomprehensible position of having to save a now damaged phone launch while convincing consumers that even though it is $ 2000 price tag, Fold and phones it is really the future.

No pressure.

I really like the Folden. It has some really good ideas and, despite some rocky implementations of the said ideas, a solid foundation. There is a lot to enjoy here, and most of the time I don't see the compromises – I just see the incredible versatility of having a tablet display in the phone's body.

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