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Galaxy Fold: Market launch in July is conceivable

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What about that Galaxy fold pasis satedis no longer a secret. Now there are new rumors about a market launch in July.

Samsung has not made a statement about the location of the Galaxy Fold for some time. Of course, some are wondering what's going on with one of the first foldables. Now there are new rumors from Max Weinbach from Xda-Developers, which point to an imminent market launch. Weinbach writes on Twitter that he had heard from a source that a release was imminent in July. A South Korean website confirmed the source's statement. Max Weinbach also says that there will be a small press event before the start. It will be exciting to see how the fold will continue.

Street: AllAboutSamsung

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