South Korean behemoth Samsung Electronics has shown it has learnt precisely nothing from the fiasco of its Note7 device, by putting pressure on a website to pull a tear-down of its Galaxy Fold, after the company had to delay the launch of the foldable phone due to a number of issues.
Six additional companies, apart from Taiwan-based PC maker ASUS, were targeted by the ShadowHammer supply chain attack which was reported last month by the security firm Kaspersky Lab.
Top smartphone manufacturer Samsung Electronics has announced it would delay the public launch of its Galaxy Fold foldable device after issues surfaced, but has not given any specific date for the rollout.
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