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Rumors about Samsung's foldable handsets are everywhere



Galaxy Fold is still not on sale, and yet it looks like Samsung has captured full – in the case of folding fever, because on the basis of a number of reports and rumors, Samsung may have three more folding phones now.

Now I know the development of products in large companies – especially those with size Samsung usually require a company to have several projects at different stages of production. But damn Samsung, what are you doing? Can we at least get an up-to-date date for Galaxy Fold release before we start hearing about future things? Obviously, by greenlighting various new folders, Samsung hopes to reinforce its leadership in a new category of devices while taking advantage of Huawei's recent release in the Entity List of the United States to expand the gap between it and its biggest competitor. But as we have seen with slow startups for both the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, creating a foldable phone is really tricky, even for the two largest phone makers on the planet.

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In many ways, making a traditional review of the Samsung Galaxy Fold of $ 2000 is pointless. Read Read

That said, if Samsung was content with burning the mountain with money to speed up the technology development and smooth out potential problems before the devices hit the shelves of the stores, everything about it. Though, based on the reaction of some of Gizmodo's employees to the $ 2000 price of Galaxy Fold, perhaps Samsung's best interest is to find a way to make its future folders cheaper.

Regardless, with so many devices in some state of production, it's probably time to ruin everything we know about the current and future accumulation of Samsung folders.

1. Folding the Galaxy