Samsung Galaxy Z Flip three can soar into the center class

As the end of 2020 draws to a close, there are more and more rumors about Samsung’s future phones. We saw the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series is now available for pre-order in the US, along with leaked specs and color options. We’ll be focusing on Samsung’s future leaflets, however, as a new rumor has it that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 may not be the flagship we were expecting.

It seems that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 may not be as expensive as expected, but the main reason is that the new foldable device may fall into the mid-range phone segment. The guys from the Galaxy Club got some interesting information that suggests we will get a Galaxy Z Flip 3 variant without 5G support. This variant comes with the model number SM-F720F, which indicates that it is an international model, and it is also stated that 5G will be missing, as all Samsung devices with 5G support have a ” B ‚ÄĚhave number.

Now we expect Samsung to launch four new foldable devices in 2021. So it’s not crazy to think that we will also get a 5G capable Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 that would also have a higher price tag. The best example is the current Galaxy Z Flip and Z Flip 5G, which are currently selling on for $ 700 and $ 850, respectively, if you trade on a suitable device.

Worst-case scenario, we’ll likely get a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor or an Exynos 990 with an LTE modem. Keep in mind that the Snapdragon 855 Plus was the last chipset to be released in an LTE-only configuration. This is the same processor as in the original Galaxy Z Flip. That selection of components would put it in the same category as the Galaxy S20 FE, but let’s keep in mind that the S20 FE isn’t a bad phone at all. Now all we have to do is wait and see if we can get more information on the upcoming leaflets from Samsung before the Samsung Galaxy S21 series is expected to be launched on January 14th.

Source Galaxy Club

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