The development of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3( unofficial) has been shared by a Korean publication, which also states that the company will discontinue its Galaxy Note series. There have been claims in the past of Samsung heading towards discontinuing its Galaxy Note series and bringing its S Pen support to Galaxy S flagship phones. As of now, Samsung is said to launch its rumored Galaxy S21 series a month earlier than usual but has not shared any information on the launch of its next foldable phone.
A report from Korean publication, Aju News claims that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be releasing in June 2021 and Samsung is gearing up to begin mass production. The report further mentions that Samsung was able to develop an in-screen digitizer in the upcoming Galaxy Fold series phone, but faced difficulties in developing a screen protective layer that prevents scratches by the S Pen when it comes in contact of the screen. This is why the corporation was unable to launch the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Fold 2 with the S Pen. It is claimed that the 2nd generation ultra-thin glass made it possible for the company to include the S Pen in the Galaxy Z Fold 3.
Some reports following back to August about the Galaxy Note series first mentioned that Samsung might discontinue its Galaxy Note series and there have been continuous claims since then claiming the same. It is claimed by Aju News, that Samsung will discontinue the Note series as it is bringing S Pen support to its Galaxy S flagship phones and the rumored Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.
Samsung is also planning to launch a phone with rollable display sometime in 2021. Earlier this month, vice-chairman Lee Jae-Yong was spotted carrying a smartphone with a rollable display during his visit to the company’s research and development center in Seoul, South Korea. The stretchable phone is also expected to solve the problem of crease which is a common problem on foldable devices.