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Samsung Galaxy Fold US pre-orders canceled before re-launch

Last updated on September 6, 2019

Samsung has decided to cancel all pre-orders of all Galaxy Twist in America, ahead of its re-launch for buyers that signed on to buy the device before this season.

According to Samsung’s email, the pre-orders are canceled in order to”guarantee you have the best possible experience with this revolutionary new technologies,” and it notes that the company is rethinking the full procedure, including buying, unboxing, and support for your Galaxy Fold (though it does not provide specifics ), the Verge reported Thursday.

The South Korean technology giant allegedly sent out emails to pre-order clients letting them know their present pre-orders, a lot of which were put in April, were canceled.

A Samsung representative allegedly highlighted the newly declared”Galaxy Fold Premier Service” which it’s going to be supplying for its Galaxy Fold — presumably a part of this new sales process — also guaranteed more information closer to start, the report included.

Based on YouTuber M. Brandon Lee, who made the email by Samsung people, the smartphone is also throwing in a $250 charge for free to be redeemed any merchandise sold right through its online shop.

Including the Galaxy Fold, therefore in the long run, in case you choose to re-pre-order it, then you’re going to find an excellent discount for that which is unquestionably among the priciest tablets ever, based on GSMArena.

Samsung on Thursday declared that its foldable smartphone would soon be available in South Korea on September 6 in 2 colors — cosmos black and white distance silver.

However, the firm didn’t specify the deadline of this launching in these regions.