Samsung has reportedly made two key design improvements to the Galaxy Fold, which is currently being released to tested by telecommunication companies.
According to Yonhap News Agency, the South Korean company has changed the way the protective layer of the phone's display is attached to the main device, making it harder to be removed. That protective layer was removed by early reviewers of the device and caused the display issues.
In addition, Samsung has eliminated the gap at the top and bottom of the smartphone's hinge, in order to leave dirt, lint or other particles out.
The redesigned Galaxy Fold units are currently being tested with telcos in South Korea and the company might announce the release date later this month.
When reviewers were given the Samsung Galaxy Fold, it was quickly discovered that the foldable device has a durability problem.
Many reviewers also found that peeling off the Samsung Galaxy Fold's screen protector broke the display, and it was later discovered that this wasn't a screen protector but part of the display itself.