Following some recent leaks that've focused on the Galaxy Z Fold 3, we're now getting some new info on Samsung's other upcoming foldable.
The next Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will reportedly get a 120Hz display. That's according to leaker Ice Universe, who also says that the next Galaxy Z Flip model will have a "narrower frame" and that it'll be cheaper. The original Galaxy Z Flip cost $1,380 at launch while the Galaxy Z Flip 5G cost $1,450.
Samsung has been going all-in on 120Hz displays with its high-end phones, including the Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, and the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Because of that, it wouldn't be a surprise to see the next Galaxy Z Flip adopt a high refresh rate, too.
In other Galaxy Z Flip news, a new report from The Elec claims that the next Z Flip model will launch later in the year than the first one. The follow-up to the Galaxy Z Flip will launch after the first quarter of 2021, the report says, which suggests a release after April 1.
The original Galaxy Z Flip launched alongside the Galaxy S20 series in early February this year. It sounds like Samsung is changing up its plans for 2021, though, with reports saying that the Galaxy S21 phones could arrive as early as January while the next Galaxy Z Flip could be pushed to Q2 to give the new phones their own time in the spotlight.