Samsung’s tri-fold tablet may surprise us all and launch early next year. According to new information provided by GizmoChina and Yogesh (a tipster), the device is coming in Q1 2022.
Samsung’s tri-fold tablet will allegedly be called the “Galaxy Z Fold Tab”
This device will be called the ‘Galaxy Z Fold Tab’, if the provided information is to be believed. There have been some rumors about a device like this, and those rumors suggested that it will arrive in 2021. Well, it seems like that won’t happen.
The report also mentions that Samsung may tease this device during the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 launch event. The company still didn’t make up its mind, so nothing is set in stone.
The Galaxy Z Fold Tab will essentially be a full-fledged tablet that folds into a smaller form factor. It will be the company’s first tri-fold device, a device that has two hinges, instead of one.
It will include a “hybrid S Pen”
What’s interesting, is that the device is tipped to include a “hybrid S Pen”, as the source refers to it. That S Pen will debut with the Galaxy Z Fold 3, allegedly, but unfortunately, we don’t have much information on it.
The source does say that it will be different compared to the regular S Pen that we know and love, but not much more than that. Perhaps it will be significantly smaller or something of the sort. We can only guess.
An improved UTG variant is also tipped
This device will also ship with a better UTG (Ua-Thin Glass), allegedly. That tech will also be included on the Galaxy Z Fold 3, says the information.
Samsung submitted quite a few patents which included a tri-fold device, so the company has been developing such gadgets for quite some time now. The company obviously didn’t want to rush the product, so it will be interesting to see what will it offer.
The thing is, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is already a bulky device, considering that it folds, and has two large displays. The Galaxy Z Fold Tab will be on a whole new level in that regard.
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