It genuinely seems like they have a manufacturing crisis on their hands, with multiple tech reviewers reporting similar cases of damaged screens just within this week.
The trend of faulty screens seems to centre on users removing the plastic film over the screen, mistaking it as a pre-installed screen protector.
All the hype and praise received for boldly pioneering the foldable screen technology seemed to have vaporised, replaced with doubt and some degree of cynicism.
The incident also raises another question: With all that’s gone wrong with the Galaxy Fold, who’s going to want one now?
While the news is out that we should not be removing them, there’s little we can do to stop kids from ignorantly peeling them off, wrecking your phone.
Samsung’s made a hilarious “don’t touch this button” scenario for themselves.