He is Samsung Galaxy Times will now visit new markets for The Korea Herald. Japan, Poland, Mexico and Switzerland will be added to the list of countries where the Fold is available, including South Korea, the US, the UK, Germany, France and Singapore.
For South Korea, Samsung is preparing a third party – the company is selling its smartphone in about 10,000 bundles. Despite the high cost, the available parts will be sold out in a few minutes. According to market analysts, Samsung has sold 20,000 Galaxy Folds in the past two quarters.
One of the companies claims that this is an additional commodity, limiting the size to increase the value chain. They claim that the Samsung Display is ready for 100,000 cutting display boards, although some of them are reserved for editing.
In Japan, the Galaxy Times released the Samsung logo on its hinge and connected it to its siblings trading under the Galaxy brand in exchange for Samsung (this has been the case since 2015).
Only one country gets the Huru – China. It is expected that the Galaxy Times will be published there on November 1, to compete with the Huawei Mate X (that should be available this month).