According to tweets shared by reliable source RGcloudS, Samsung is actively expanding its foldable lineup. The company will add four new series based on the existing Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip. RGcloudS said in a tweet that Samsung has adjusted its mobile phone release strategy. It will further cut down the mid-to-low-end series such as Galaxy A. Its overall mobile phone work will now tend towards the high-end models. Samsung’s first choice is to expand its existing lineup of foldable phones. There are also rumours that the company will launch a new mid-range series Galaxy K, and will cancel the Galaxy S+ series.
The four new models in the foldable series are as follows
1. Galaxy Z Flex:
The series will feature a dual-folding design with three screens. At the moment, it is not yet clear the specific folding scheme. However, Samsung has previously gotten a number of technical patents in this area. This folding mobile phone will adopt most of the Z Flex features. Your current app will be displayed at the top of the screen if you switch on Flex mode with your phone folded and upright. Your screen’s bottom will display a menu with more options.
2. Galaxy Z Fold Ultra:
Samsung has three generations of the Z Fold (Fold, Fold 2 and Fold 3). This series is an upgraded version of the Galaxy Z Fold. It will use a 4K resolution screen supplied by Samsung Display. The standard version of the Galaxy Z Fold uses QHD resolution, and the screen is supplied by BOE.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold series is a line of foldable smartphones produced by Samsung Electronics. The series was first announced in February 2019, with the launch of the original Galaxy Fold. Here’s a brief history of the Galaxy Z Fold series:
The original Galaxy Fold was announced in February 2019 and released in September 2019. It featured a 7.3-inch foldable Dynamic AMOLED display when unfolded, as well as a 4.6-inch cover display when folded. The device was powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, had 12GB of RAM, and 512GB of internal storage. The Galaxy Fold also included a triple-camera system on the back.
Galaxy Z Fold 2:
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 was announced in August 2020 and released in September 2020. It featured a larger 7.6-inch foldable Dynamic AMOLED display when unfolded, as well as a 6.2-inch cover display when folded. The device was powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, had up to 12GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of internal storage. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 also included a triple-camera system on the back.
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Galaxy Z Fold 3:
The Galaxy Z Fold 3 was announced in August 2021 and released in the same month. It features a 7.6-inch foldable Dynamic AMOLED display with a resolution of 2208 x 1768 pixels when unfolded, as well as a 6.2-inch cover display with a resolution of 2268 x 832 pixels when folded. The device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, has up to 12GB of RAM, up to 512GB of internal storage, and a triple-camera system on the back. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 also includes new features such as an under-display camera and support for the S Pen.
3. Galaxy Z Flip Ultra:
The Samsung Galaxy Flip Ultra will be a top model of the Galaxy Flip series. The series uses 2K resolution screens supplied by Samsung Display. The standard version of the Galaxy Z Flip uses FHD resolution, and the screen is supplied by BOE.
Galaxy Z Flip – a brief history
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is a line of foldable smartphones produced by Samsung Electronics. The first Galaxy Z Flip was announced on February 11, 2020, alongside the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, and was released on February 14, 2020, in select markets. The Galaxy Z Flip was the second foldable smartphone from Samsung, following the Samsung Galaxy Fold released in 2019.
The Galaxy Z Flip features a clamshell design that allows the phone to fold in half vertically, much like a traditional flip phone. The phone’s folding display is made of ultra-thin glass (UTG), a new material that is more durable than the plastic used in the Galaxy Fold. The phone also has a small outer display that allows users to see notifications and control music playback without opening the device.
The Galaxy Z Flip was well-received by critics for its innovative design, premium build quality, and powerful performance. However, the phone was criticized for its high price and limited availability.
Galaxy Flip 5G
In August 2020, Samsung released a 5G version of the Galaxy Z Flip, featuring an upgraded Snapdragon 865+ processor and a slightly larger battery. The 5G version of the phone was also slightly more expensive than the original model.
Galaxy Z Flip 3
In February 2021, Samsung announced the Galaxy Z Flip 3, the third iteration of the Galaxy Z Flip series. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 features a redesigned exterior with a larger outer display, a more durable hinge, and an upgraded processor. The phone also has a water-resistant design and supports 5G connectivity. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 was praised by critics for its improved design, performance, as well as value compared to previous models.
Overall, the Galaxy Z Flip series represents a significant step forward in smartphone design and innovation, demonstrating Samsung’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in mobile technology.
4. Galaxy Z Tab:
Unlike the other three models which have links to pre-existing series, the Galaxy Z Tab appears to be new. It will be the company’s first foldable tablet thus there is very little or nothing about this device. However, we know for sure that it will provide more display space. At the moment, we do not have any info on the exact screen size.