A representative of Samsung has just confirmed to the Korean newspaper The Korea Herald that the delay faced by the company with the launch of the company’s first foldable smartphone, Galaxy Fold, will not pose a problem for the Galaxy Note 10 launch this year.
According to the executive, “Galaxy Note 10 will have its own timeline to debut in August, regardless of Galaxy Fold’s launch schedule,” adding that “the company maintains the same position on Galaxy Fold’s agenda.”
Samsung traditionally launches the Galaxy Note line in August, just weeks before the launch of its main competitor, Apple’s iPhone. And postponing the announcement of one of the flagship flagships of the company in the year would be disastrous for the company, but luckily that never crossed the minds of the company’s executives.
About Galaxy Fold, a Samsung Display executive stated at a public meeting that “the problem on the screen has been fixed and the company is ready to start mass production of the folding screens in accordance with the agenda of Samsung Electronics.”
That would even reinforce forecasts that Samsung could start selling its first foldable smartphone sometime in July if the manufacturer had not denied them. However, there is still a possibility of launching ahead of the Galaxy Note, which will be announced in August but whose sales are expected to start only in September.
The TodoCelular will be aware of the main news about the development of the Galaxy Fold case and also the hot rumors about the Galaxy Note 10, so stay tuned!