The release date of the Samsung Galaxy Fold is still a mystery, because the South Korean company confirms that it is still testing its revised foldable phone.
Samsung had to deal with problems that led to a number of review handsets that would break through shortly before the Galaxy Fold was released in stores in April.
Samsung CEO, DJ Koh, told TechRadar during a round table "when those things happen (the problems with the Fold), I try to understand why this happened … I always focus on finding the cause and even finding the cause (of the problems). "
And Samsung is still working on solving the problems, Koh saying: "More than 2,000 devices are currently being tested in all aspects.
"I will say, we have defined all the problems, a number of things we didn't even think about, but (we found out) thanks to our reviewers, massive volume tests are underway."
Koh signs with the launch of Fold
Clearly, Samsung is not giving up the Galaxy Fold, and it seems to be confident that it can bring the handset back on the market – when the right time comes.
Koh went on to say that as soon as he sees that the problems have been resolved, only then will he announce a new release date of the Galaxy Fold. But for now Koh said, "Give us some more time."
There is still a chance for Samsung to launch the Galaxy Fold for its closest rival, with the Huawei Mate X launch also delayed, as the Chinese company is testing its device more thoroughly before it is released to the world.
- Read our hands on: Samsung Galaxy Fold review