Samsung Galaxy Fold screen Is Breaking For Early Users Just After A Day

South Korean manufacturing giant, Samsung, released a couple of review units of the Galaxy Fold and the first batch of result appears to be all very bad. Twitter is currently on fire with broken Samsung Galaxy Fold display.

At least four of the reviewers have tweeted various types of display defunct. Reviewers from The Verge, CNBC and Bloomberg have all lamented malfunctioning of the Galaxy Fold display just about two days after they received the device.

As for Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman, he removed what looked like a protective film on the display of the Galaxy Fold and the malfunction started. In his case, the malfunction may be associated with the protective film.

Also, popular leakster, @evleaks also complained of “a large white hollow on edges of the screen”. Furthermore, he said that the hollow grows hourly. See the tweets below.

The fact that these complaints are coming from different users suggests that these are probably not isolated cases. However, ‘s Dieter Bohn said he did not mal-handle his device in any way. According to him, the display malfunctioned after a bulge appeared on the screen.

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Is Foldable Display Technology Really Ready?

With all these complaints coming in, can we be safe that the foldable screen technology is not yet ready or it’s just a half job done by Samsung?  Well, we will have to keep our fingers crossed to ascertain whether this display problem is a widespread issue or its isolated.

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