"T-Mobile will not carry Galaxy Fold because we already offer our customers a wide range of the latest smartphones," said The Verge . AT & T, the other carrier that originally planned to offer the device, told Engadget that he is working with Samsung, but for the moment he has nothing to share. We also contacted Samsung for comment:
Both T-Mobile and AT & T canceled pre-orders after Samsung delayed Galaxy Fold just before it appeared in stores. Reviewers found waste stuck inside the device through the hinge, and had problems with the display's protective layer, namely that some people suspected that he was a plain screen protector and removed it. Samsung has made some changes to the design, such as extending the protective layer above the frame to deter people from dropping it, and improving hinge caps to prevent entry into the hole. work in large networks of American carriers. However, T-Mobile refuses to sell the device and it will be a blow to Samsung, as well as to T-Mobile customers who have planned to switch to a folding phone. T-Mobile is generally not afraid to risk phones that refract the form (such as OnePlus mobile devices), so giving up on them may be a bad sign for Samsung.