Samsung Rumored To Launch Cheaper Foldable Phone Galaxy Z Fold Lite Next Year

Galaxy Z Fold3

So far, we have heard that Samsung will launch 2 foldable smartphones. They are the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 2. But now, we have learned that Samsung is planning the third foldable smartphone dubbed the Galaxy Z Fold Lite. It will be launched next year.

According to OLED research company UBI Research, Samsung is developing three types of foldable OLED panels. Two of them will be adopted by the Galaxy Z Flip 2 and the Galaxy Z Fold 3. The third option will be used by the Galaxy Z Fold Lite. So far, we know only a few details about the Galaxy Z Fold Lite. But we learned that it will be a cheap version of the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

Galaxy Z Fold Lite

What Do We Know About Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3?

Say, we know that the Galaxy Z Fold Lite will use a 7-inch internal display and a 4-inch external display. As for other specifications, such as screen resolution, battery capacity and camera, we still have not information about them. However, it is certain that the device will be pre-installed with the One UI3.0 system.

In addition, this report talks about the Galaxy Z Flip 2 and Galaxy Z Fold 2 in more details. Among them, the Galaxy Z Flip 2 will have a 6.7-inch internal display and a 3-inch external display, and the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will have a 7-inch internal screen and a 4-inch external display.

Obviously, the price of the Galaxy Z Fold Lite when it goes on the market will be cheaper than other Samsung foldable products.

Overall, Samsung is still the leader with 80.82 million units sold and 22% of the market. In general, of the Top 5 manufacturers, only Samsung and Xiaomi were able to increase sales – by 2.2% and 34.9%, respectively. Huawei is in second place with 51.83 million smartphones sold – its market share is 14.4%. Xiaomi sold 44.41 million smartphones – equivalent to a market share of 12.1%.

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