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Samsung's Next Folding Phone: A Bigger Screen and More Problems?

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source: 91mobiles Samsung has been the frontrunner when it comes to developing folding smartphones. Their devices have always generated a lot of buzz, but they have also had their fair share of issues. The company is now reportedly working on a new folding phone that could come with a bigger screen and more problems.

A Bigger Screen

According to sources, Samsung is developing a new folding phone that would feature a larger screen than its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. The new phone is expected to have an 8-inch screen, compared to the 7.6-inch screen on the Z Fold 3. This means that users will have more screen real estate to work with and more room to multitask.

More Problems

While a bigger screen may sound impressive, it also means that the device may be more prone to issues. Samsung has had a rocky history when it comes to folding phones, and the company has had to deal with several issues in the past. The Galaxy Fold, which was the company's first folding phone, had to be recalled due to issues with the screen. The new folding phone is expected to come with a revised hinge mechanism, which is designed to address some of the issues that have plagued Samsung's previous folding phones. However, there is no guarantee that the new device will be free of issues, and it remains to be seen how it will perform in the market. [caption id="attachment_129737" align="aligncenter" width="1600"]samsung folding phone source: HT Tech[/caption]

Expected Launch

Samsung has not yet officially announced the launch of the new folding phone, but it is expected to be released later this year. The company is also reportedly working on another folding phone, which is said to have a clamshell design similar to the Galaxy Z Flip. Samsung is once again pushing the boundaries of what is possible with mobile technology, but this also means that they are taking risks. While a larger screen may be enticing, it is important to keep in mind the potential issues that could come with it. Only time will tell if Samsung has managed to overcome the problems that have plagued their previous folding phones and deliver a successful device.

By Monica Green

I am specialised in latest tech and tech discoveries.


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