Well, that was short-lived. After a report earlier this week, apparently the Galaxy Fold's launch was going to be sometime in July, the company has apparently confirmed that it will not be happening, saying that things have not moved forward since the April misfire
. The Korea Herald and Samsung official denied the rumors of a Galaxy Fold launch in July. They specifically stated that "If we are running such a media event this month, we should be doing something by now." Most recently, Samsung has reported to media that announcements will be made in the coming weeks regarding Fold's relaunch  However, if this latest Samsung official is to be believed, "coming weeks" will be a bit longer than many expected. Alongside the denial of a July launch, the official also stated that "nothing has progressed since the April delay."
What is meant by this is a bit unclear. It could be that Samsung has not made any progress on nailing down a launch date, or more worryingly, they have not made any progress on fixing Galaxy Fold's design flaws. A previous report claimed that a reduced gap and a non-removable protector were used to enhance the design.
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