Samsung Galaxy Fold tutorial videos updated to reflect design changes
Much like it does for its different devices, Samsung put together tutorial videos for its Samsung Galaxy Fold. They’re intended to educate users on some of the new features of the device. There are a few on the Galaxy Fold that aren’t present on any other device, like App Continuity for example.
Noteworthy changes have been set aside a few minutes we saw such recordings. Samsung had to delay the foldable smartphone’s launch because of several issues. It has now made improvements to the design and will to discharge the gadget one month from now. As such, the tutorial videos have been updated to reflect these changes, one of which we have obtained.
Galaxy Fold tutorial videos have been reworked
We’ve reported before that one of the most obvious structure changes of the Galaxy Fold will be the cap that covers that gap between the Galaxy Fold’s screen and hinge. Samsung has put in a bigger cap to prevent dust and other particles from going in. That is evident in the video, which shows App Continuity in action, as well.
Samsung has also reduced the space between the hinge and the body of the device. The other changes that have been made include metal layers beneath the foldable display to improve its protection. It obviously makes sense that Samsung would update all of these videos ahead of the Galaxy Fold’s launch. After all, there’s no point in showing the first iteration since that was evidently incomplete.
This just goes to show that even minor elements such as this have to be done from scratch again. That obviously takes time which leads to a lot of impatient Galaxy Fold fans. Their patience will be rewarded soon, though. Samsung has confirmed the Galaxy Fold launch for September. It will no doubt grandstand the gadget at IFA and discharge it in the third seven day stretch of one month from now.
Is it accurate to say that you are looking forward to buying the Galaxy Fold when it hits retail shelves?