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Samsung plans to release 20 million foldable devices in 2024.

According to reports, Samsung wants to sell 20 million foldable phones by 2024. Samsung will aim high in 2024, aiming to sell 20 million devices of its current Galaxy Z Fold5, Z Flip5, and the Galaxy Z Fold6 and Z Flip6 that will be released the following year.

10 million foldable devices are reportedly planned to be shipped by Samsung this year, including 3 million Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 units and 7 million of the two current variants. Prior to this, Samsung’s shipping goal for 2023 was 16 million.

The study describes how Huawei’s slimmer and lighter foldables, the Mate X3 debuted in April and the Mate X5 announced in September, took Samsung off guard. Despite facing significant obstacles brought on by US sanctions against the business, Huawei is pushing the boundaries of foldable phone design.

Samsung, meanwhile, is saddled with a widely despised design that features a noticeable seam and an odd tall aspect cover display despite having access to greater technology.

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According to the rumor, Samsung will launch a significant revision of the Galaxy Z Fold6 in 2024.

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Kwesi Afful
Kwesi Afful
Jefferson Paa Kwesi Afful, known professionally as Kwesi Afful, is a Ghanaian celebrity / Tech blogger, freelance journalist and an inspirational writer. He holds a degree in B.A Communication Studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. Kwesi Afful is the 2019 C-Base Awards Blogger of the year.


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