The Samsung Galaxy Fold might be back on track.

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Samsung’s might have options for the Galaxy Fold’s defects, weeks immediately after critique units seasoned screen breaks, flickering and bulges.

The Korean electronics giant solved the challenge with the protective plastic layer on the delayed $1,980 foldable phone’s show, Yonhap News reported Wednesday.

Given that this component of the show wasn’t attached to the finish of the plastic bezel surrounding the screen, some reviewers assumed it was an ordinary screen protector and pulled it off. To cease this from taking place, Samsung apparently extended this layer so it is below the bezel and the edge is not on the screen to tempt you.

The organization also addressed challenges with dust and fluff finding caught below the phone’s hinge mechanism by decreasing the size of that component so it’ll be covered by present protective frame, according to Yonhap.

Samsung did not quickly respond to a request for comment. It delayed the Galaxy Fold weeks back in April, but its mobile CEO, DJ Koh, reportedly mentioned final week that the luxury phone’s US launch “will not be also late.”

Initial published at three:18 a.m. PT.
Updated at three:50 a.m. PT: Adds much more detail.

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