A week ago we wrote that Samsung decided not to release the Galaxy Z Flip 2 clamshell at the Galaxy S21 presentation in January, but to show it at a separate event in the spring. Now there is a rumor that the announcement of the device has been postponed again.
According to the founder and head of Display Supply Chain Consultants Ross Young, the Korean manufacturer has postponed the release of the device until the summer of 2021. Unfortunately, what this is connected with is unknown.
Sorry Z Flip fans, hearing the Z Flip 2 launch is being moved back to the summer…
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) November 3, 2020
By the way, in addition to the approximate release date, Young also said that the novelty will receive an enlarged external display, but it will still be less than that of the Motorola Razr.
Recall that the Galaxy Z Flip 2 is also credited with the main screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a top-end Snapdragon 875 processor, multiple cameras, and an updated hinge.