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Image caption The Samsung Galaxy Fold was supposed to be released on 26 April. Samsung has postponed the release of its folding smartphone, days after several early reviewers said the screens on their devices had broken. The company said the Galaxy Fold had been delayed so it could "fully evaluate the feedback and run further internal tests". In April, Samsung let several reviewers, including the BBC, try its new Galaxy Fold smartphone. But some found their folding display broke after just a few days. According to the Reuters news agency, Samsung suspected the damage was caused by impact to the device's hinge. It also said it found a "substance" inside one of the review devices that may have affected its performance. Full story

22 April

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