Samsung has launched its latest folding, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, in Europe in September. This model showed the progress of the brand in the field of folding. Looking ahead to next year, the company will continue to bet on foldable phones, with a series of launches planned in this regard, up to five models.
One of the phones that Samsung will launch in 2021 is the successor to this year’s Galaxy Z Fold. We’ve been hearing rumors about this phone for a few weeks now, but it looks like there will be a big change as it will be a thinner and lighter model than its predecessors.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, analysis: the future has arrived
We take an in-depth analysis of the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, a device that has significantly improved its predecessor and has become the best foldable mobile.
A thinner and lighter Galaxy Z Fold
Has been during a presentation at the Samsung Investor Forum where the company dropped some data on its next downturn. In this presentation, they pointed out that folding mobiles are not yet a conventional product category, but still a very small specific niche in the market. Its main objectives are to improve these devices for the consumer, as well as to make their production more efficient.
The brand seeks to popularize this folding range, in addition to improving it. One of the ways they will do this is by continuing to improve the design of phones. One aspect that was mentioned in the presentation is that consumers want a thinner and lighter fold
Samsung said folding will be thinner and lighter in the future, with each generation coming out. The brand’s current foldable phones are significantly heavier than its regular phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 for example weighs 278 grams. It is therefore important that future generations are lighter, which will allow more comfortable use.
Samsung is still the brand that bet on folding on Android. 2021 promises to be an interesting year with rollable phones, like those from LG or OPPO. The Korean firm will leave us with various folds, including this next model in the Fold range, which should be lighter and thinner, and rumored weeks ago, with a camera under the screen.
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