Despite promising to work on the troubled Galaxy Fold device and saying that it is not abandoning the said foray into the foldables race, Samsung is still in hot water as it hasn’t announced a release date for the anticipated device. And if a report is true, it’s likely that it won’t be out anytime soon.

Previously, Samsung said that it will “announce timing in the coming weeks,” indicating that it is making progress solving the problems that plagued the unreleased device. The tech giant’s CEO himself assured consumers that the company “will not be too late” in releasing the first mainstream foldable smartphone.

Still, there’s no release date in sight. There are rumors saying the Galaxy Fold will be released in July, but the company itself denies this. According to a Samsung official who spoke to the Korea Herald, it won’t be coming out in July -- or maybe anytime in the near future.

“If we are running such a media event this month, we should be doing something by now,” the official said. “Nothing has progressed since the April delay.”

Based on the official’s words, it's understood that the South Korean tech giant hasn’t even come close to a solution to the display and other problems that the Galaxy Fold suffered from. The official’s words come as a direct contradiction to Samsung and its CEO’s claims of “soon.”

Certain retailers have already canceled Galaxy Fold preorders because of the apparent lack of a release date. Best Buy, the first to cancel preorders, said it wants to “put our customers first” and has thus decided to cancel all current pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Fold.”

AT&T, the latest to cancel Galaxy Fold preorders, told Tom’s Guide in an email that “Samsung delayed the release of the phone, which means we can't ship your phone.”  The retailer also listed the device as “out of stock” in its website, preventing people from taking the risk to order the device and receive at a time that Samsung itself doesn’t know when.

The delays and the lack of progress in solving the Galaxy Fold’s problems, Forbes noted, puts the device at risk of being canceled. If Samsung succeeded in releasing it without any more problems, the device would’ve become an inspiration to others that would follow its large footprints, but unless Samsung succeeds, it’s going to be remembered in history as another device that didn’t make it.