While American carrier T-Mobile has already mentioned that it won’t be carrying the Samsung Galaxy Fold when it relaunches in the markets later this month, several other customers are eagerly waiting for the release of the new flagship. A popular source of leaks, Evan Blass, has now uncovered the official arrival date of the smartphone. According to Blass a.k.a @evleaks, the smartphone will be available in the U.S. starting September 27.
It is also worth noting that Samsung is already taking pre-registrations of the Galaxy Fold in the U.S. Expectedly, the smartphone isn’t expected to be cheap when it breaks cover. Reports suggest that the AT&T variant is going to cost around $1,980, making it one of the most expensive flagships sold in the market today.
Samsung faced multiple issues while trying to launch the device initially. Following some design related issues, the company decided to make some changes and relaunch the device a couple of months later. Given how much is riding on this for Samsung, it will be interesting to see if the customers will show trust in the company’s new and improved flagship.
Customers in Samsung’s home region of South Korea could see the smartphone as soon as by the end of this week (Sep 6), which is great news for the locals. It seems like Samsung won’t consider a worldwide global release of the phone just yet, so interested buyers in other parts of the world might have to wait for a while.
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Via: Android Headlines