Galaxy S10 iFixit Teardown Reveals Lower Repairability Score Than Galaxy S9

Galaxy S10 iFixit Teardown Reveals Lower Repairability Score Than Galaxy S9

Galaxy S10 iFixit Teardown Reveals Lower Repairability Score Than Galaxy S9

They report on an internal source who says Samsung is planning to release two new foldable devices either at the end of this year or early next year. Samsung reportedly considered releasing it first but chose to release the current Fold model instead.

A spokeswoman for Suwon, South Korea-based Samsung declined to comment on plans for new foldable phones. You can grab the Samsung Galaxy S10e which is one of the most affordable smartphones among the three by making a down payment of Rs 7,499.

Bloomberg is reporting that the company is working on two other foldable devices with different designs. Anything that makes replacing the charging port more hard is a major negative.

We saw Huawei CEO taking a dig at the design language of Samsung's Galaxy Fold, he then called the Samsung's foldable device "not good".

For one, Samsung's most high powered phone, the S10 Plus, is more expensive than any Galaxy S phone yet, starting at $999 and going up to $1,599 in the U.S.

More news: Lavrov condemns 'flagrant interference' by US in Venezuela

At just $69.99 the "LEGO fold" comes in well below its $2,000 Samsung equivalent or Huawei's $2,600 5G Foldable Mate X.

Galaxy Fold, a smartphone phone with a flexible screen (Dh7,250), will go on sale in the region in the second quarter of 2019. Samsung is said to be working on an issue where a crease appears in the panel after it's been folded around 10,000 times.

If you're a new mobile device or accessory and you're bought by the team over at JerryRigEverything, you know you're in for a very short and very rough life. The Galaxy Fold is officially coming out on April 26; given its exorbitant price, it'll be interesting to see how well it sells.

The imperfection develops on a protective film that covers the touch sensor bonded with the display underneath, according to the report.

The Galaxy S10 adds an exciting new chapter to that legacy, and underlines Samsung Electronics' continued commitment to developing the most immersive displays on the market. It's also considering offering free screen replacements to owners to compensate.

Related news



[an error occurred while processing the directive]