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The Internet has exploded over the apparent issues The displays are a handful of Galaxy Fold review units. Undoubtedly, it is an embarrassing situation for the company to be in. After all, it is a marquee product and one that is meant to be a Samsung is capable. Remember, however, it was only in 2017 that it was the first one of the first phones in the world. This is a public beta test.
From the moment it was unveiled some critics were quick to pounce, just because it could, not because it was solving any particular problem. Some of these sceptics are just as good as they are in the future. It turns out that the mini mini was really darn cool to experience.
Then came the stunning news that just got the Galaxy Fold in their hands several devices had their displays file. At least a couple of these were authentic issues that have been resolved, and they have been banned. It appears to be a warning label placed on the screen and some didn. Those that peeled off off suffering from major display malfunctions as a result. In response, Samsung issued a public statement on the issues.
In the response Wall Street Journal has published an opinion [sub.req.] That is the journalistic equivalent of shock-jock radio titled "Samsung Galaxy Fold Non-Review: We Are Not Your Beta Testers. Rather than the replacement Galaxy Fold offered by Samsung (after the inadvertantly fiddling with the plastic protective layer), the columnist retorts “There is no point in the … testing the prototype here? ” t
t plastic. ”
The plastic layer that layer referred to is undoubtedly a design compromise. It is isn't especially well integrated into the display because of the folding Super AMOLED panel made of a plastic (not glass) substrate. As well as scratching under normal use. It is for this reason that Samsung's opted for a design that folds inwards, not outwards. However, technology companies have been making design compromises of one sort or another for ages. The question is, as a customer, is you going to go along with the trade-off. If you don 't, you' ll have a foldable smartphone of the future here right now.
Samsung's deserves credit to the smartphone status quo with bleeding-edge technology and shipping is a little beyond the pale. The company would not be proceeding with the durability of the display. After all, it has revealed that it has a 200,000 folds. It has also made it clear that the Galaxy Fold is not for the early adopters. As it is only selling the Galaxy Fold in limited quantities (already sold out), it has justifiably had to inflate the price of US $ 2,000. However, the price of the Galaxy Buds is $ 49 for the custom case and Samsung Care that covers users for accidental damage as well as protection from display malfunctions, should they arise.
Whatever you want to say, the Samsung Galaxy Fold is a game changer. The technology will improve over time and will eventually come down. As a tech lover, I want to know how to do it. Of course, this is not the Samsung fanboys rushing to condemn Samsung on the blogosphere. They argue that this is a perfect example of why Apple is never quick to adopt new technology. Apple, the argument goes, always arrives with the best product on the market. The most recent all-new Apple product launch was the HomePod. It is an arrogant, but it is the worst of the market. Samsung has become boring and predictable. The Fold may well be flawed, but it is undoubtedly the Samsung.