AT&T has canceled its Samsung Galaxy Fold pre-orders amid uncertainty over the foldable handset’s launch date (through Tom’s Information). AT&T started emailing prospects to announce the pre-order cancelations yesterday after beforehand suggesting the Galaxy Fold would ship on June 13.
Samsung was initially set to launch the Fold, its first folding show smartphone, on April 26. Nevertheless, the corporate was compelled to postpone the system on April 22 after reviewers found issues with its show.
Samsung Galaxy Fold launch choice coming ‘within the coming weeks’ (Up to date)
Replace, June 10, 2019 (12:10PM EST): In a press release despatched to CNET, a Samsung spokesperson stated that the corporate will announce timing for the Galaxy Fold’s re-release “within the coming weeks.” The assertion arrives over a …
Samsung hasn’t introduced a brand new launch date but, which has compelled retailers to take motion. Finest Purchase canceled its buyer pre-orders on Might 23, placing stress on AT&T to additionally decide. T-Cellular, the one different confirmed U.S. Galaxy Fold service, didn’t open pre-orders.
Based on AT&T’s pre-order cancellation e-mail, any cash already taken for the $1,980 smartphone will likely be refunded, and any money held will likely be launched. Moreover, AT&T will ship a $100 promotional card to its pre-orders prospects to thank them for his or her persistence within the matter — these playing cards are set to reach at their Galaxy Fold supply tackle inside the subsequent 60 days.
When is the Galaxy Fold coming?
Samsung says it’s nonetheless “enhancing” the Galaxy Fold and, earlier this week, a spokesperson for the corporate stated a brand new launch date can be introduced, “within the coming weeks.”
On the time of the Finest Purchase pre-order cancelation three weeks in the past, Samsung additionally informed us a choice concerning the launch date can be made “within the coming weeks.” In the meantime, again in early Might, Samsung Boss DJ Koh stated the cellphone’s launch timeline can be revealed inside in “a few days.”
So, to reply the query posed within the subheading, we do not know.