Samsung says it has fixed a massive problem with their Galaxy Fold

Samsung says it has fixed a massive problem with their Galaxy Fold

When folded into phone mode, it offers a 4.6-inch 840 x 1960 display.

Samsung will launch two additional foldable phones in addition to the device it announced last month, reported Wednesday.

However now the South Korean company has said that they have rectified the problem completely ahead of the Galaxy Fold's release. The approved patent, which was spotted by Dutch tech news blog LetsGoDigital, shows a phone with a large flexible display. The side displays can be flapped toward the screen to "close" the device, while flapping the displays to the back minimizes the screen. The durability test itself takes about a week to complete which might seem a little too extreme but whence talking about a brand new innovative feature, things must be flawless.

"Featuring a 6.7" Infinity-U display along with the biggest screen in the Galaxy A portfolio to date, the Galaxy A70 provides a more immersive edge-to-edge experience to everyday activities.

So far, this design has only been seen in the patent and has yet to be confirmed as the official design for the upcoming Galaxy Fold. But while Samsung has yet to update fans, some speculations are already circulating about this new device. In front of its deal, Samsung has released a video flaunting the tests completed on the Galaxy Fold to discover durability. Their longtime rival, Apple, has yet to enter the race.

President of Xiaomi previously tweeted a video of the company's folding smartphone in January and now a second video has appeared on Chinese microblogging site, Weibo, from Xiaomi's official Weibo handle. As for color options, the Galaxy S10 5G 256GB version will be available in Royal Gold, Crown Silver, and Majestic Black colors. However, it has made several appearances since then but either in a phone case or behind a glass wall.

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