The source said, Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3 launched in July this year – several months earlier than the Z Fold2, launched in September last year.
Considering Samsung’s S21 flagship release strategy back in January, this new timeline makes sense. With 2 major releases per year, a six-month gap is the right time for each device. This means Samsung’s new foldable device is expected to launch six months after the launch of the Galaxy S21 series, which means in July.
It may be that the company is preparing to release foldable products in July, but it is not clear if there will be problems that will delay production. After going through a recall of the first generation Galaxy Fold products, perhaps Samsung has learned from experience for itself.
Samsung is expected to make a change on the Galaxy Z Fold3 for the UTG (Ultra-Thin Glass) division that was available on the second generation, maybe on this new version it will be shipped back in plastic. .
The Fold3 is said to have an internal screen size of 7.55 inches and an outer screen of 6.21 inches. Another rumor suggests that the Galaxy Z Fold3 could cost the same as the Z Fold2 at launch: $ 2,000.
An alleged render of the Z Fold3 shows the device looks similar to the S21 Ultra, incorporating a foldable design and the S Pen.
As for the Z Flip3, the internal screen can grow to 6.7 inches diagonally, and the device is rumored to have a 120Hz refresh rate. There are also rumors that there will be a cheaper Z Flip3 model, presumably one equipped with a mid-range chipset.