Samsung has postponed two launch events for its folding smartphone, days right after quite a few early reviewers stated the screens on their devices had broken.
In April, Samsung let quite a few reviewers, which includes the BBC, attempt its new Galaxy Fold smartphone.
But some discovered their folding show broke right after just a handful of days.
Samsung has now delayed launch events due to take spot in Hong Kong and Shanghai this week, but has not offered a explanation for the choice.
The Galaxy Fold is due to be released in the United States on 26 April, and in the UK on three May well.
Samsung has not announced a adjust to these dates.
The South Korean tech giant has stated it is investigating what went incorrect with the broken critique units.
Chinese rivals Huawei and Xiaomi are also creating foldable smartphones, but neither enterprise has announced a release date however.