Last year, the South Korean tech giant unwrapped the ninth edition at the same venue in the city on August 9.
One of the key design problems has been that the Fold had a screen protection layer that looked like it was removable, which it is not meant to be. However, a new report does say that Samsung has fixed a variety of design issues that affected the foldable screen's durability in early April, and that manufacturing is underway.
Still, it sounds like the wait is nearly over now, if this information is accurate, and we'd expect to hear official details about a release date soon.More news: Blake Shelton Tries - and Hilariously Fails - the Bottle Cap Challenge
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In addition to an innovative camera, the Note 10 series is expected to feature 25w fast charging port, UFS 3.0 storage, 12MP primary, 12MP telephoto and a 16MP ultra wide-angle lens in the Pro model, fingerprint reader, and 4,170mAh battery. Samsung has however, not revealed the time and the venue of the launch. TechRepublic's Karen Roby asks ZDNet's Adrain Kingsley-Hughes about the future of Samsung's Galaxy Fold.
Samsung had claimed the revolutionary device had been tested to withstand 200,000 folds in its lifetime, or more than 100 folds per day for five years.
The hinge has also been pushed upwards from the screen slightly to help stretch the film and prevent creases in the screen from appearing. This is a paltry number because Samsung shipped more than 290 million phones previous year, according to Strategy Analytics. The Galaxy Note 10 phones will both be 5G ready, and the Note 10+ will have a fourth time of flight (ToF) sensor, in addition to the triple camera at the back.
Samsung, which supplies the organic light-emitting diode screens used in Apple iPhones, is also developing a clamshell-like foldable phone and has already created dozens of prototypes, one of the people said.