The second half of the year, for Samsung, is usually dominated by the Galaxy Note line and its foldable Galaxy Z Fold. With the eventual discontinuation of the first, the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 3 will gain even more prominence in the portfolio of the South Korean.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 should arrive as early as May
Given the folding, new rumors indicate that it may arrive well ahead of schedule. According to what the publication advances Bloter, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is expected to be unveiled in May.
The most premium Samsung folding is usually presented in August, on the occasion of the launch of the new Note. For 2021, the South Korean calendar has changed and the anticipation of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 reveal was already expected.
However, initial rumors pointed to a presentation only in June. If what is advanced now is true, Samsung’s next foldable will make headlines well ahead of what was expected.
Folders are one of the three pillars that will guide the Korean company towards success in 2021. Allied to the new Galaxy S21 and the continuous commitment to 5G devices, Samsung aspires that these can invert the less good results of the brand.
In the latest financial report for the last fiscal quarter of 2020, Samsung reports a decline in its profits. Something that motivated her to anticipate the presentation of the Galaxy S21 and certainly the rest of the brand’s offer throughout this year.
Will Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 be the perfect replacement for the Galaxy Note?
Some rumors suggest that support for the S Pen will be one of the main new features of the Galaxy Z Fold 3. The truth is that Samsung has already admitted the intention of flooding support for its accessory to more devices in its portfolio.
This, coupled with the growing theory that the Galaxy Note line will be canceled, give greater prominence to Samsung folding devices. However, will they have enough padding to make you forget that much loved line of tops?
In irreverence, of course, but we cannot say the same in its popularity. The latest indicators point to sales in the folding department well below those recorded by the Galaxy Note.
There is still a lot of uncertainty about Samsung’s top end for the second half of the year. Information that will certainly be made public in the coming months.
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