SEOUL -- Samsung Electronics finally launched its first foldable smartphone in its home country of South Korea on Friday, after months of delays due to durability problems with the display.
Samsung said that it had fixed the 7.3-inch display by strengthening the folding part of the handset after it caused screen problems during media tests in the U.S. in April. The company also attached a film layer to protect the organic light-emitting diode display, which folds down to 4.6 inches.
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