Although the Samsung Galaxy S10 is making a lot of people anxious for its release, it still cannot compare to the most exciting and probably most expensive product in years, the Samsung Galaxy F. However, Samsung seems to have brought some shadows over the foreseeable future.
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Samsung officials spoke with The Investor in their home country of South Korea. They told this publication that no immediate plans for mass-production are made concerning the foldable screens which are crucial in making the innovative Galaxy F folding device. We know, this must come as a surprise for a lot of you.
Recently, the company’s CEO, D. J. Koh told the media that Samsung is on the race of providing a game-changer in the smartphone market. He also said that the company doesn’t intend to lose the title of being the world’s first.
From then until now, something must have changed, because now Samsung is either delayed or has completely called off the mass-production of the folding device. They have probably repositioned the phone as a niche product in order to still conquer the world’s first title. However, the fans have been hyped up with the news of its proximity and now there is probably a lot of disappointment among them.
For these people, Samsung plans to reward their patience. Although mass-production might not begin now, the company is set on making the move sometime in the near future and for this step, it intends to create a dedicated task force which will be focused only on the production of folding displays.
It is currently estimated that this task force will consist of about 200 individuals and it will be run by the executive vice president of the OLED division.