(Bloomberg) – Samsung Electronics Co., the planned introduction Friday delayed its first foldable smartphone at least until next month, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. Wrinkles Galaxy, along with nearly $2,000 was hit by the first reviews, showed several problems with the versions of the device test. The new roll-out is expected in the coming weeks, although an exact date yet to be determined, reported the magazine. A spokesman for Samsung declined to confirm the report when they come into contact by Bloomberg. The problems with the phone, which was supposed to rejuvenate a signaling market, and present technological skills of the Korean company, the result of hinge and display issues. Some critics had unknowingly ripped the phone display, mixing with a protective cover. Pre-orders have started earlier this month for a marquee device that is expected to usher in a wave of smart phones that can develop into tablets. A delay would mark another setback after the company has a black eye suffered a former wholesale market introduction in 2016, when the Galaxy Note reminiscent 7 after consumer problems reported with batteries that caught fire . Although it is still consumer demand too early to predict smartphones with flexible displays, Samsung and others are eager to gain an advantage over Apple Inc. in the industry $495 billion. Samsung had expected at least 1 million of folding mobile phones produces a fraction of its total deliveries in 2018 this year.