Original title: Samsung claims it has sold 1 million Galaxy folders
Netease technology news, December 13 news, according to foreign media reports, Yang songsun Yingquan, President of Samsung Electronics, said recently that although Samsung's folding mobile phone Galaxy fold stumbled in the process of release, it still sold 100 Galaxy folds.
Sun Yingquan's TechCrunch Disrupt event in Berlin reportedly revealed the data. He said that although there were reliability problems in the Galaxy Fold process, the price was close to $2000, but it did not prevent 1 million people from buying Galaxy Fold. Sun Yingquan said
The sales volume of 1 million phones is not much compared with the sales volume of tens of millions of phones of Samsung and apple every quarter, but for such an expensive and unverified device, the sales volume is still very good, and many smaller mobile phone manufacturers still can't sell such a number of phones.
Galaxy fold was officially launched in September this year, a few months later than the original plan, due to the frequent failure of many evaluation machines in use. Samsung canceled its initial launch plan, modified its design and reinforced some parts to reduce the possibility of mobile phone failure.
Other foldable smartphones, such as Huawei mate x, have also experienced delays in delivery, presumably due to concerns about phone durability and service life. But that hasn't stopped other companies from competing for foldable phones. Motorola plans to launch a new folding Razr in January. (Chen Chen)