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Samsung filled patent could be reality as Galaxy Z Fold Tab: A triple-folding tablet

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  • Apr 19,2022
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As per our source, this device will launch as Galaxy Z Fold Tab in Q1 2022. There’s a lot of time between now and Q1 2022. An important step along the way will be the July/August event that will bring the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip2. The Z Fold3 in particular will be a testing ground for the Z Fold Tab. It will bring a hybrid S Pen that will also be used on the tablet.

This stylus will make its debut alongside the Galaxy Z Fold3 in a few months from now. Unfortunately, we do not have any information about this Bluetooth-enabled stylus except that it will be different from the older S Pens. The Z Fold3 will also introduce an improved Ultra-Thin Glass (UTG), which will be thicker and more durable. Both the S Pen and UTG will be featured on the Galaxy Z Fold Tab as well.

Others in the race

With rollable expected to hit the mainstream phone market in the next year or two, according to TCL, new devices in unique form factors like the TCL Fold ‘n Roll will keep coming out. In that light, a large multi-hinged foldable tablet like the Samsung Z Fold Tab is alleged to be doesn’t seem too far-fetched.

Further, the main highlight of the Galaxy Z Fold Tab apart from its tri-folding capability will be support for hybrid S Pen. As always, take this leak with a grain of salt, especially with a relatively unknown tipster and a product we haven’t heard about yet.


We’re not sure what to make of this latest leak just yet. It doesn’t come from our usual, reliable sources, so we would advise our readers to take it with a pinch of salt.

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