Samsung is launching its updated Galaxy Fold in South Korea starting September 6, and into the US "in the coming weeks" says the company. Samsung will be offering a 5G-ready Galaxy Fold in select countries, too.
With the launch of the Galaxy Fold the company is offering something it's calling the "Galaxy Fold Premier Service" which will give you "direct access to Samsung experts who can provide you tailored guidance and support over the phone any time, any day. This includes an optional one-on-one onboarding session".
Samsung is providing the Galaxy Fold Premier Service inside of the cost of the Galaxy Fold, which will set you back a hefty $1980. So you'd kinda want that one-on-one service and direct access to Samsung with your Galaxy Fold, right?
The re-tuned Galaxy Fold has Samsung fixing the issues of the original foldable phone by extending the protective layer around the bezels, more reinforcement to protect it against debris, and strengthening the top and bottom of the hinge with "protection caps".
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