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Samsung to start selling redesigned Galaxy Fold

The Age Thursday, 5 September 2019 ()
Samsung Electronics Co.'s Galaxy Fold will go on sale this week in its home market of South Korea, following a months-long delay caused by the discovery of a severe defect in the original design.
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News video: Samsung's improved Galaxy Fold to finally hit the stores

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Samsung has confirmed that its delayed Galaxy Fold will finally go on sale on Friday in South Korea, and other countries including the UK in the weeks that follow. The Korean firm said it had improved the "design and construction" of the foldable device ahead of its launch.

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