According to reports, Z 3 (unofficial name) may be in June next year. A South Korean publication has shared the results of the development, and the publication also pointed out that the company will discontinue its Galaxy Note series. In the past, there have been reports that Samsung will discontinue its Galaxy Note series and introduce S Pen support to Galaxy S flagship phones. So far, it is said that Samsung will release the rumored Galaxy S21 series one month earlier than usual, but it has not yet shared any information on the release of its next-generation foldable .

A report by South Korean publication Aju News shows that Samsung will launch its Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable in June next year. The statement said that the company has begun to develop its final samples for mass production. It is said that the phone will be equipped with S Pen support and a camera with insufficient display. According to the report, Samsung Electronics and Samsung Display will use a technology that allows light to pass through the gap between pixels to take pictures.

The report also mentioned that Samsung was able to add an in- digitizer to the upcoming Galaxy Fold series of phones, but encountered difficulties in developing a screen protection layer to prevent scratches when the S Pen touches the screen. This is why the South Korean giant cannot use the S Pen to launch the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Fold 2. According to reports, the second-generation ultra-thin glass allows the company to install the S Pen in the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

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Regarding the Galaxy Note series, the August report first mentioned that Samsung might discontinue its Galaxy Note series, and since then there have been rumors claiming that it is the same. Now, Aju News pointed out that Samsung will stop providing Note series products because it will provide S Pen support for its Galaxy S flagship phones and the rumored Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.


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