Samsung impressed the whole tech world last year in September when it brought its first Galaxy Fold model. It was the first foldable phone from the South Korean giant, being a concept seen for the first time at a smaller company. However, Galaxy Fold wasn’t too impressive, despite its generous amount of RAM, large display, and impressive battery. The gadget was doing poorly in the durability area, and Samsung didn’t even try to hide it.
This month, Samsung also brings the successor Galaxy Z Fold 2, and we can’t be otherwise but very excited about it. The new gadget promises 5G connectivity, 4,500mAh battery, 4K video resolution, and more. But the fun is not over yet, as a new foldable phone from Samsung is on its way to the market.
Behold the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold S
Samsung is reportedly working on this model, and the news comes from the YouTuber Fold Universe. The device arrives to the market in 2021, according to the same source:
Samsung rumored to have a 3rd foldable family member next year, tentatively known as Z Fold S.
It has got 360° hinge that enables outfold and infold and works similarly like the Surface Duo.
The Fold S is a fully single flexible OLED screen unlike the Surface Duo dual screen. pic.twitter.com/S9HtkMQh20
— Fold Universe (@folduniverse) September 5, 2020
Until Galaxy Z Fold S comes out, we’ll just have to be satisfied with the models that are already up for grabs in stores or on their way. Galaxy Z Fold 2 seems to have corrected the mistakes of its predecessor Galaxy Fold. The new device is packed with Android 10 and One UI 2.5, a Snapdragon 865+ processor, and a Foldable Dynamic AMOLED main display of 7.6 inches. The cover display is a Super AMOLED of 6.23 inches. These displays will be showing photos and videos made with the triple camera setup from the rear and the two selfie cameras of 10 MP each. All three lenses from the main camera setup are packed with 12 MP each: a wide, telephoto, and ultrawide sensors.
We don’t have info about the price of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold S yet, but we’re eagerly waiting for any relevant data to surface.