Samsung has confirmed its plans to concentrate on its Galaxy Z Series and will not roll out a new Galaxy Note 21 in the year 2021.
Samsung decided to leave out an announcement about the Galaxy Note 21 this year and said, it will be rather working on widening Note features to more Samsung products.
Recently, in a press release, the company claimed it will be debuting its next Galaxy Z line, including the first-ever S pen designed particularly for foldable phones.
With the release of the Galaxy Fold, the company intends to drift into uncharted regions, improving the foldable category with its second generation of foldable, such as the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Flip.
The third generation of foldable devices must be coming with new capabilities and Samsung promised more durability of its upcoming devices, which might imply stronger hinges on the new foldable, enabling them to be flipped open and shut even more.
The upcoming Z Flip was also expected to feature more durable and stronger materials, more stylized than the previous foldable handsets on the market.
Moreover, Samsung mentioned their upcoming companionship with Google, referencing the “new unified wearable platform” in the press release, which perhaps implies the Galaxy Watch 4 with Wear OS.
It was also revealed that the third generation of Galaxy Z phones will be aligned with even more partner apps, like video calling with Google Duo and watching videos in Flex mode on Youtube. The new Galaxy Z phones ensure users have more coherent and optimized experiences.
Samsung’s Unpacked event is set out for 11th August, so mark your calendars to get more about what the company is up to and what new features will be coming with Galaxy Z phones.
If you find interest in the foldable market, see what foldable phones will be available for 2021 and what we know about the Google Pixel foldable.