Samsung hasn't said anything official, but according to a Korean website, the company is ready to soon ship the controversial $1,980 Galaxy Fold phone.
Tech critics discovered a flaw in the phone, which bends into two pieces, and saw screen breaks. According to Yonhap News, Samsung came up with a solution in a protective plastic layer over the display.
The layer was the problem in the first place. Several critics yanked off the protector. According to CNET, to stop this from happening again, Samsung "apparently extended this layer so it's under the bezel and the edge isn't on the screen to tempt you."
According to Yonhap, Samsung dealt with other problems like dust and fluff that got caught under the phone's hinge by making changes in the design, such as making that part smaller.
The Galaxy Fold was originally set to launch on April 26, but was delayed after the reviews. Yonhap sees the phone getting a U.S. release quite soon.
Samsung did not immediately respond to USA TODAY's request for comment Thursday.
This isn't Samsung's first experience with a yanked phone. In 2017, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 had a battery that exploded into flames, and was pulled from the market, and never returned.
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