2021 will be a busy year for Samsung. Simply because the Korean tech giant is planning to launch a plethora of devices, in addition to the Galaxy S21 series that became official on January 14, 2021, there will be more flagships, namely the Note 21 series and the next series of devices foldable. Today, we have some new information about the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3.
Very little is known about folding, but if the last tip is information, we have some interesting information to share with you.
The Galaxy Z Fold 3 will have smaller screens to make room for an S-Pen and the Galaxy Z Flip 3 will have a 120 Hz LTPO screen.
The last tip is coming from Ross Young, the lead founder / analyst for DisplaySearch and DSCC, and he shared some Christmas leaks with us detailing information about upcoming devices. Honestly, given Young’s history with leaks, it’s safe to say that the credibility is there, and that leak is also true that we’re definitely looking at a Samsung home run in terms of folding.
My Xmas leaks – Galaxy Fold 3 – main screen shrinks from 7.59 “to 7.55”. The external screen ranges from 6.23 “to 6.21”. You need more space for the S Pen.
Galaxy Z Flip 3 / Flip Lite – grows slightly from 6.67 “to 6.70”. 120 Hz and LTPO on the Z Flip 3.
– Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) December 24, 2020
He is clearly aware of what is going on in the industry and based on that, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 or Fold 3 will have a smaller main screen and a smaller coverage screen. The reason behind this change is to make room for the S-Pen; this information can also be validated from previous leaks suggesting the Z Fold 3, bringing support for S-Pen as well.
With regard to the Galaxy Z Flip 3 / Flip Lite, Young suggests that the Galaxy Z Flip 3’s screen will grow a bit and feature a 120 Hz LTPO panel, which is certainly something exciting to expect.
Obviously, it is too early to confirm the rest of the details about these foldable smartphones, but we can say with certainty that the people at Samsung are working hard with regard to the foldables. After all, it is safe to say that these devices are, in fact, the future.