Samsung takes its time to bring Galaxy Fold back to the market. And honestly, that's enough for the best. The note debacle from a few years back was an important lesson on what happens when you rush a product back into the market. One resulted in another recall – PR nightmae on PR nightmare.
With a release date still very much in limbo, Best Buy has sent notes to those who pre-ordered the fold. Spotted by The Verge, the letter has since been sent to the Best Buys support forum. It says "an abundance of unforeseen hiccups" (fair enought) adds: "Because we put our customers first and want to make sure they are taken care of in the best way, Best Buy has decided to cancel all current pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy Fold.
The letter continues to assure customers that the big box retailer "works closely with Samsung" to help deliver the product to customers. Currently, their guess on the timeframe is as good as ours.
Recent Reports Have suggested that an announcement was forthcoming, the company having solved design flaws that had reviewers peeled off screens and got X-ray fixed in the holes of the folding mechanism.New reports gave the product a June 1