Oddly enough, Ice Universe is referring to the handset as the Galaxy Z Flip 3. That's unsurprising considering Samsung typically debuts new versions of its Android-based One UI software on its latest flagship smartphones - One UI 2.1 debuted on the Galaxy S20, while One UI 2.5 debuted on the Galaxy Note 20, for instance.
The report by The Elec doesn't offer any solid explanation as to why the phone won't be unveiled at Samsung's first Unpacked event for 2021. Ahead of the launch, several leaks and rumors have revealed the specifications and features of the upcoming phones.
The Galaxy A02s sports a triple-camera module at the back, comprising of a 13-megapixel main camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
Earlier reports have stated that the next-gen Galaxy Z Flip will have a larger outer display but the exact screen size is still unknown.
Both have a 6.5-inch HD+Infinity-V display and an 5,000 mAh battery, for above-average endurance.
The original Samsung Galaxy Z Flip fared well compared to the "train-wreck" that the original Fold was.
The phone is also expected to feature a new ultra-thin glass (UTG), which will enhance the durability of the smartphone. The real capacity is expected to be smaller, between 3700mAh to 3800mAh.
At the time of writing, we haven't heard a lot about the successor to the Galaxy Z Flip. The device comes powered by the MediaTek Helio P35 SoC coupled with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. Along with the colour options, the tweet also mentions that the smartphones will be produced in Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea and Vietnam. Although it is said that the company has prepared a phone called Galaxy Z Flip Lite, there is no concrete sign yet.
While this should already be known with unverified leaks, we advise that the above details should be taken with a pinch of salt.