This strategy reflects Samsung's aim to expand sales of foldable smartphones and achieve its goal of selling 10 million units per year.
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Recent reports indicate that Samsung Electronics plans to launch a more affordable version of the Galaxy Z Fold. With the aim of attracting Galaxy users looking for more budget-friendly options, the company is working on developing a new variant of the Galaxy Z Fold.
This version will be available in two models: one with stylus input functionality and one without this function. The strategy aims to reduce the price burden of flagship foldable smartphones.
Two models, one with S Pen and one without S Pen
The upcoming foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Fold 6, will be released with a variant that includes S Pen functionality, allowing users to write and draw similarly to previous versions. Additionally, a variant without the S Pen function is being developed, marking the first time the Galaxy Z Fold series expands to two distinct models.
This decision is seen as Samsung’s effort to introduce an “entry-level fold” with a more affordable price, making the device accessible to a wider audience. The version without the stylus input function aims to reduce manufacturing costs by eliminating the need for a component called the “digitizer” that recognizes stylus movement. Digitizers, made of large-area flexible printed circuit boards, are costly components, and omitting them in the stylus-less version helps cut costs.
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