Foldable smartphones can make breakthrough this year, according to Samsung director
Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 to be launched over the coming weeks as Samsung tries to steal a march on Apple
Samsung is confident that 2021 is the year where foldable smartphones can make a big breakthrough, according to Mark Notton, senior director for mobile at Samsung.
The electronics giant is launching its two new lines, Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3, over the coming weeks. This will be the first time Samsung has gone with a broad release of foldable phones having limited sales of prior models to a couple of partners.
“The initial feedback...
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