Samsung Galaxy Fold has been post-pone until they fixed the physical stability issues. I believe that Samsung had rushed it without testing it properly meaning they didn't test it in the "real world." Testing the folding process is one thing, not testing it in the real world before it comes out is risky especially when this type of phone comes out. But any fold-able screen device will almost always have issues when compared to the regular smart phones that we see today. Almost all of them are in a rectangular shape and is sold with no moving parts. Back in the day, flip cell phones were known to break easier than their non flip cell phones. Solid devices will almost always have an advantage when it comes to durability because they don't deal with moving parts. Fold-able smart phones will always have this issue. It will break easier. The whole screen issue should have been caught if proper testing was in place and not skipped. Samsung would need to get their fold-able smartphone out in the market before November otherwise Huawei would take the first fold-able smartphone. I'm cheering Samsung on this one because I want Samsung to beat Huawei on the fold-able smartphone market, because Samsung is not a Chinese company, it is a South Korea company.