When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Fold, it didn’t just announce another phone — it kicked off a revolution in the way we interact with mobile devices. But the Fold soon suffered screen breakages and other glitches, and the revolution stalled.It’s been nearly four weeks since we’ve heard any details from Samsung about the Fold. An AT&T email to customers suggested that the phone would come next month. Samsung mobile CEO D.J. Koh said it “will not be too late.” And a Samsung spokeswoman told CNET only that the company plans to announce the release date “in the coming weeks.” Consumers, industry players and reviewers alike are waiting with bated breath.My suggestion: Let them wait. Now playing: Watch this: Samsung hits the brakes on Galaxy Fold release 4:56 If Samsung wants to ensure that the Fold is free of problems, it should spend the appropriate time and resources on fixing everything, regardless of internal deadlines or pressure from carrier partners, consumers or the press.Samsung needs to get the Galaxy Fold right, because the entire phone world is counting on the company to ensure foldable phones make the right first impression (well, second first impression). Ultimately, it’s not just about this one… Read full this story
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