The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be launched in early August.
Bloomberg's sources say that Samsung has now readied a fix for these problems, including by stretching the protective film across the entire screen and into "the outer bezels so it would be impossible to peel off by hand". Which might be the reason why many users thought it was supposed to be peeled off. Removing it actually destroyed the screen completely, as some reviewers found out the hard way. Some reviewers, such as MKBHD, understandably confused the protective layer for a screen protector and removing that film damaged the folding display.
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The report does not have any new details about a possible second foldable phone from Samsung, which the company is close to launching, according to a recent report from Korea.
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Samsung has a big new phone coming, and it appears August is when it will show off what's new in the world of the Note. "It was embarrassing", Koh told a small group of reporters, the Independent reported.
"At the moment, more than 2,000 devices are being tested in all aspects". Moreover, the company didn't confirm any specific devices that will be announced at the conference. However, when he was asked the exact release date, he just said, "Give us a bit more time". Displays breaking are not usual but it's different when they are flexible. "We are in the process of recovery", Koh said. It can take any form, such as an item of clothing or a wrap around the wrist.
The first generation of Samsung Galaxy Watch was announced at Unpacked in August past year. While Samsung faced teething problems with their phone, Huawei got tangled in the USA ban, and its Mate X isn't yet on store shelves. However, analysts are concerned about whether companies can come up with apps to realize the full potential of foldable screens.