|Bid||45,400.00 x 0|
|Ask||45,450.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||45,250.00 - 46,000.00|
|52 Week Range||36,850.00 - 53,900.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.14|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 30, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1,416.00 (3.17%)|
|1y Target Est||54,903.00|
The Galaxy Fold has foldable screen technology that may soon be used in all sorts of devices. Samsung's Galaxy Fold is the first phone you can buy with a foldable display that allows the device to serve as both a traditional phone and, when unfolded, a tablet. Then, two days into testing, it completely broke, making clear that this is not a product ready for today's phone buyers.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold is a remarkable phone that shows what future foldable devices will eventually be like, allowing you to unfold your phone into a tablet, but this $2,000 phone broke after two days of testing.
The European Commission's push to implement a Wi-Fi standard for connected cars has won the support of lawmakers in a victory for Germany's Volkswagen, although competitor BMW and other backers of a rival technology still hope to overturn the decision. Advocates of the alternative C-V2X standard - which stands for Cellular Vehicle to Everything - say their technology is already viable and will only improve as next-generation 5G mobile networks are rolled out. The apparently dry debate over acronyms has divided the car and telecoms industries and will influence which continent ends up dominating automated driving technologies that promise to be safer than people behind the wheel.
The European Commission's push to implement a Wi-Fi standard for connected cars has won the support of lawmakers in a victory for Germany's Volkswagen , although competitor BMW and other backers of a rival technology still hope to overturn the decision. Advocates of the alternative C-V2X standard - which stands for Cellular Vehicle to Everything - say their technology is already viable and will only improve as next-generation 5G mobile networks are rolled out.
NEW YORK/SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it has received "a few" reports of damage to the displays of samples of its upcoming foldable smartphone, raising the prospect of a less-then-smooth entry for the splashy $1,980 handset. The Galaxy Fold, on sale from April 26 in the United States, resembles a conventional smartphone but opens like a book to reveal a second display the size of a small tablet at 7.3 inches (18.5 cm). The design, matched by Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's Mate X, was hailed as the future in a field that has seen few surprises since Apple Inc's iPhone in 2007.
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The answer seems to be no. Take Samsung Electronics Co.’s new foldable handset. Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Fold on April 26 in the U.S. at a price of $1,980 – roughly a third more than the most expensive iPhone. It folds open to reveal a 7.3-inch display, only slightly smaller than Apple Inc.’s iPad Mini tablet.
PARIS (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics could become one of Orange's providers for a possible 5G telecoms frequency in France, said Orange's head Stephane Richard on Thursday. France's 5G telecoms frequencies ...
Several publications, including Bloomberg News, outlined a bevy of problems with test versions of the device, which folds inward like a notebook. Bloomberg’s review unit experienced issues after a plastic protective layer was removed on Monday. Then the display failed to operate properly.
Some of Samsung’s new folding phones priced at almost $2,000 appear to be breaking only after a couple of days of use, according to several reporters who received the phones for review before the public launch next week.
Shares of Samsung Electronics dropped more than 3 percent on Thursday after multiple accounts emerged of its Galaxy Fold breaking for several users ahead of the device's retail launch. One analyst told CNBC, however, that the issue is "over-stretched" and likely to be resolved by the phone's launch.
European shares ticked lower in early deals on Thursday, as investors cautiously awaited manufacturing data to gauge the health of euro zone economies ahead of the Easter holiday. The pan-European STOXX 600 index edged down 0.1 percent by 0725 GMT, with all countries' bourses in the red. Better-than-expected economic data out of China on Wednesday propelled the pan-region index to a sixth day of gains.
Apparently a number of reviewers either mistakenly destroyed their phonescreens or had the screens bork on them after a few days of use
The world's biggest smartphone maker, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, on Thursday said it had received "a few" reports of damage to the main display of samples of its upcoming foldable handset. "We will thoroughly inspect these units in person to determine the cause of the matter," Samsung said in a statement, noting that a limited number of early Galaxy Fold samples were provided to media for review. Samsung's comments followed reviews by some U.S. journalists who reported their Galaxy Fold samples malfunctioned.
AMSTERDAM/SEOUL (Reuters) - ASML Holding NV denied on Wednesday any involvement by its top client Samsung Electronics Co Ltd in an intellectual property theft case between the Dutch chip equipment maker and a competitor. ASML last week disclosed that former employees took company secrets to U.S. software maker Xtal Inc, which is funded by entities in South Korea and China and set up to sell a competing product to an existing ASML customer in South Korea. Speculation of Samsung's involvement was raised in media reports partly due to the South Korean firm's partnership with Xtal, which filed for bankruptcy in December after losing a $223 million judgement to ASML over the matter.
Journalists who received the phones to review before the public launch said the Galaxy Fold screen started flickering and turning black before completely fizzling out.
Samsung’s new $2,000 foldable phone is breaking for some users after just days of use. The Galaxy Fold is comprised of two touch screens, which can open to create a big, tablet-size device, or be folded into a smaller, more compact phone. According to Dieter Bohn, a reporter for The Verge, a “small bulge” emerged on the crease of his phone, which was “just enough to slightly distort the screen”.
Early Samsung Galaxy Fold adopters might be in for a surprise, judging by some journalists who reported some serious issues with their review units. The Verge 's Dieter Bohn claimed a bulge that appeared in the crease of the display broke the screen after just a day of use and CNBC 's Steve Kovach tweeted that the display on his review unit has started flickering . Update : Samsung has responded , and said it will investigate reports of broken units.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold is already breaking. Reviewers who got the device are seeing flickering screens. Some think because a protective film was removed. But CNBC's unit is also broken and we did not remove the film.
CNBC's Todd Haselton tried out the Samsung Galaxy Fold for two days before the display completely broke. Here's a look of some of the phone's notable features, before it became unusable.