The beginning of 2021 will be marked with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S21 and the rest of the family. In fact, there is little to say about these models… even unboxing videos are already circulating on the web.
But of course, this will only be one of the releases of the year. The South Korean company will have more surprises and some are quite bold for the segment.
Samsung's surprises for next year
It will be in mid-January that Samsung will begin its new device presentation events. The Samsung Galaxy S21 and the rest of the family will be released on January 14th and much has been written and revealed about them.
For the rest of the year, we should also count, in this mobile segment, with new foldable proposals, namely the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 ... and who knows, lite versions of these models. However, much more exciting surprises may be in the works.
A social media post by a leaker associated with the mobile world reveals two products that could make a difference in 2021.
After seeing S21 leaks, you are probably disappointed.
Just wait a bit more, you will like foldables.
You won't? Samsung will make you do.
Samsung has great stuff planned for 2021.
Triple foldable "tablet", transparent display phone as well.
Scrollables and rollables in 2022.
- Tron (@cozyplanes) December 19, 2020
According to the publication, Samsung may launch a “triple foldable” tablet, that is, that folds in three parts. This concept is something that we have already seen other companies reveal in patent applications for design and that will certainly start to appear in the market as a final product.
As for the other surprise, it is described as a “transparent display phone”. It will therefore be a Samsung phone with a transparent screen. It is not clear how this will work, but it should be something similar to what Xiaomi has done with its Mi TV Lux OLED Transparent Edition TVs, but on a much smaller scale.
2022 is a legendary product
Further ahead… perhaps in 2022, products with “scrollable” screens may appear, as we have already seen brands to present, already with working prototypes.
Is there still room for a “legendary” product that we never thought possible? This tip is still left ... let's wait and see.