According to a recent report published via The Elec, Samsung is preparing to sell up to 10 million units of Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 in Q3 and Q4 of 2022. The report also says that the company plans to sell 38 million S22 units and 9 million units. of the Galaxy S21 FE.
Assuming the report is true, producing 10 million foldable phones is an ambitious goal as demand for such devices is still quite limited. Worryingly, if the current global chip shortage persists for another year, it could play havoc with Samsung’s production cuts, so the company may have to adjust its targets. Only time will tell whether it will hit its target or not.
Samsung’s first iteration of a foldable smartphone wasn’t a huge hit, but that hasn’t deterred the company from developing foldable phones. The second-generation Galaxy Fold – officially known as the Galaxy Z Fold 2 – has enjoyed some success and since then, the company has been actively working to make future versions even better and better. more accessible. The decision to discontinue the Note series to better focus on the foldable product line speaks volumes about the efforts being made.
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