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AT&T is promising to ship out Samsung's delayed $2,000 Galaxy Fold smartphone in mid-June

27 days ago   |   By Business Insider

AT&T customers, awaiting delivery of Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphones, shared images of an updated shipping time sent out by AT&T. The shipping date is June 13, these images showed.
Customers have been waiting for news on when the $2,000 phone would arrive after its launch date was pushed back by Samsung.
The decision to postpone the launch, which was scheduled for April 26, came after several reviewers reported that the screen on their devices had broken after use.
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