Shortly after Samsung sent Galaxy Fold review units to journalists this month, all hell broke loose. No matter how thoroughly Samsung tested the durability of its first foldable handset in controlled conditions, real-life usage has proven that the phone is simply not ready for prime time.
Some issues that arose, such as when reviewers peeled off the protective film, were obvious. Others, not so much. Samsung has postponed the Galaxy Fold launch, saying that it’s thoroughly examining all the reported problems. And while we’ll have to wait for their conclusions, we do now have some preliminary explanations as to why the Galaxy Fold screen is prone to failing.
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Android tablets are few and far between these days, but one that really stood out as something special last year was the Galaxy Tab S4. It launched in August 2018 with Android Oreo out of the box, but as of right now, U.S. models are receiving their update to Android 9 Pie.
If your Samsung smartphone is acting up, then you may want to try resetting it. We’ll show you how to overcome simple issues with a soft reset and also how to tackle bigger problems or prep it for sale with a factory reset.
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Samsung Galaxy Fold is the newest smartphone from the giant Korean tech heavyweight. It officially comes out April 26 in the United States. It will be available for pre-order in the UK and Europe the same day. As the name suggests, the smartphone folds, allowing for a wider screen than the typical smartphone, but at almost $2,000, it will be one of the most expensive smartphones on the market. Here are some things of note from the Samsung Galaxy Fold. We think you might be impressed.Design
The Galaxy Fold has a screen that folds in on itself like a book. This provides improved protection for the screen. Samsung reportedly spent about ten years designing [...]