There are two new folding smartphones from Samsung scheduled for presentation in 2021. The models in question are the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 2, representing the next generation of folding smartphones from the South Korean manufacturer.

The new rumors and leaks suggest that both smartphones will be officially presented during the second half of 2021, probably even during the summer. Apparently, Samsung will want to give them even more prominence.

Samsung’s next generation of foldable smartphones for 2021

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The general perception in the market points, for the most part, to a presentation for August or September, coming to occupy the usual schedule of Galaxy Note. However, this year we will not be entitled to a new element of the Note range.

To this we add now reports that point to a previous presentation for both Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 2. As the portal advances Sammobile, especially attentive to Samsung’s designs, the brand is preparing big surprises.

The year should be marked by the double presentation of folding smartphones, a growth vector for the South Korean. It is also in this niche that the manufacturer wants to specialize, creating several approaches to the foldable phone concept.

We have the launch of the Galaxy Z Flip 2 and Galaxy Z Fold 3

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The portal advances a previous presentation for both foldable smartphones, anticipating the previously mentioned date (August / September). According to the report from South Korea, new phones may arrive during the month of July.

This development follows on from the previous piece of Sammobile which accounted for the beginning of the firmware development for the Galaxy Z Fold 3, adding credibility to it. They are also expected to be launched on the market next July.

The news should be transmitted by Samsung an upcoming virtual event Galaxy Unpacked in the face of current conditions. Its arrival will fill the gap left by the Galaxy Note line that should return, but not this year.

July will bring the next Galaxy Unpacked event

It seems like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 will have a slightly smaller display and battery.The screen size has been reduced from 7.6 “to 7.55” .The battery is 4,380 mAH (Z Fold2 -> 4,500 mAH) .Let’s hope it means that the device will be thinner! Source: https://t.co/ZNsQSDzXAn pic.twitter.com/A4007WAv7I

– Ishan Agarwal (@ ishanagarwal24) April 12, 2021

Also according to leaks, both the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 2 should use new LTPO screens with the front camera already hidden under this panel. In practice, this will make it possible to eliminate any notch or hole in the screens.

We also have support for the stylus S-Pen on both Samsung folders. In addition, for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 we have 4,380 mAh of battery capacity, a slight decrease compared to the 4,500 mAh present in the Galaxy Z Fold 2.

The new model may therefore have a smaller battery capacity that will also allow you to reduce the thickness of the phone. This is one of the main complaints aimed at foldable smartphones, the fact that they are thicker than normal smartphones.

Finally, a more compact screen is pointed out for the Galaxy Z Fold 3, now 7.55 inches, compared to the 7.6 inches of the current model – Z Fold 2.

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