On the afternoon of April 21, the reporter of "Daily Economic News" was informed that Samsung China's public relations personnel temporarily notified the media to cancel the Samsung Galaxy Fold folding screen mobile phone next Wednesday in Shanghai. The explanation was postponed for the site reason and indicated that the delay time was pending. Previously, there were trial users who reported that the phone had problems such as screen swells, splash screens, black screens, etc., and even the phone could not be used at all.
At 2019MWC, Samsung showed the first folding screen mobile phone every reporter Liu Chunshan photo
Samsung was originally scheduled to launch a new Samsung folding screen mobile phone at Shanghai Tianyan Fashion Creative Park on April 24, and invite the media to experience the product. Samsung Galaxy Fold has been released in New York earlier, and the release of the flagship new product in China has always been Samsung's tradition. A few days ago, Chinese and foreign digital media released video evaluation videos of Samsung's folding screen mobile phones, which made the next official listing. April 26th is the official release date of the Samsung Galaxy Fold mobile phone.
On April 15th, Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman said on social media that although the creases in the middle of the two screens are more obvious, they are not bad. Mark Gurman said on social media that in just two days, his Galaxy Fold Broken can't be used. Samsung explained that it was because Mark Gurman had torn off a protective film on the screen. But according to Mark Gurman, this film can be easily peeled off.
"Daily Economic News" reporter noted that for the temporary cancellation of the press conference, a media person said in the circle of friends, "Sighs, the folding screen phone is really not so fun. & rdquo; Folding screen mobile phone is considered to be the next major trend of smart phones, causing strong concern. However, regarding the durability and lifespan of folding screen phones, the outside world has been showing concern. At this year's WMC, Huawei and Samsung both showed folding screen phones, but they did not let users touch the experience, just showing them through the glass cover.