New rumour suggests that Samsung is working on three new foldable devices

New rumors about Galaxy Fold point to a more affordable model BGR

New rumors about Galaxy Fold point to a more affordable model BGR

Either way, since all the aforesaid information can not be verified at this moment, we would recommend you take it with a pinch of salt.

Recent market analysis reveals that Samsung's best-selling smartphone in the United States of America in the first quarter of 2020 was not the Galaxy S20, the Galaxy Z Flip, or even the Galaxy Note 10.

We could also be set to see 120Hz refresh rate displays on the Note series for the first time, with Ross saying that an LTPO display will utlise "variable refresh" for power efficiency.

The big news is that the display will have a 120Hz refresh rate.

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Moreover, renders from popular leakster @OnLeaks hints that the Galaxy M51 could have a 6.5-inch flat display with a punch-hole selfie camera. Like the vanilla Note 20, the Note 20+ will also have support for 120Hz refresh rate but with QHD+ resolution of 1444*3096 pixels. More information will probably follow in the near future, regarding other specs. Mr. Well, Ross said that there won't be any Ultra variant but the Galaxy Fold 2 is said to make an appearance with the Galaxy Note 20 series.

Samsung can be considered the pioneer of the foldable revolution, having been among the first companies to launch this trend.

The DSCC founder noted that Samsung will not launch an Ultra model this year as it did for the Galaxy S20 series. Those two devices are expected to include a display camera hole, which will be centered. The Galaxy Note 10 was launched during Q3 in 2019, so there is some runway for more developments in the coming months. That's at least what we're expecting, as that was the case with the Galaxy S20 series of devices. It'll be most likely powered by the Snapdragon 865 for the American market whereas other markets will get the Exynos 990. That will depend on where you live, of course.

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