Samsung is changing its plans for 2021.
Rumours suggest the South Korean tech giant is ditching its Note series and launching the S21 series a month early. Another shift next year is reportedly the release of a more affordable Galaxy Z Flip.
The model number ‘SM-F720F’ was spotted by Galaxy Club. The model number indicates that the handset is the international version of the smartphone and that it supports only 4G/LTE connectivity. This means that the device features a more affordable mid-range processor as higher-end chipsets now typically support 5G.
There will also be a more expensive 5G version of the Flip in 2021 as well.
Previous rumours indicate that Samsung will launch four foldable handsets next year, including a 4G Flip 3, 5G Flip 3, the Fold 3 and a Fold 3 designed specifically for the Chinese market. Rumours also point to Samsung calling Z Flip successor the Z Flip 3 as the company launched two different Z Flip models in 2020.
It’s unclear when Samsung will launch these Flip 3 devices, but going off this leak, the company could unveil these devices in May or June.
Source: Galaxy Club