Galaxy Z Fold 3 Could Release in June, Note Series to Discontinue

The much-awaited Samsung phone, Z Fold 3 is expected to be coming out in June next year. We did tell you that next year the Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable phone is surely going to launch, but reportedly now it will launch quite earlier in the mid of the year by June 2021. Its first half or a quarter of the year is reserved by the company for its Galaxy S21 series clearly showing us that the company is ready to start the next year with a bang! The reports stated that the final samples for mass production have already started and final testing has begun on scheduled time.

The phone as we already reported, will be coming in an under-display camera hence giving you a full display mode which can be used as a tablet in a folded state. The phone will also feature an S Pen due to which the company switched from CPI film with Ultra-Thin Glass (UTC) on the Galaxy Z Fold 2 trying to have the stylus support, but couldn’t. Now, it will be having a second-generation UTC to have an S Pen support to the latest smart device, and prevent scratches from the stylus.

Galaxy Z Fold 3 Rumours

Though we think UDC might hamper the quality of the pixels that’s why Samsung Electronics and Samsung Display will be using a technology that will help fix the pixel and camera quality to take pictures allowing the light to pass through the pixels. Reports also say that Samsung might discontinue its Galaxy Note series and bring its stylus support to its rumored S series smartphones and its latest 3rd gen Z Fold phone.

To be more environmentally friendly the company will not be including the stylus in the box but it will have space made on the phone giving its users a preference on whether they want it or not.