Under-screen camera technology has already made its debut with the ZTE Axon 20 5G, but so far none of the major manufacturers have announced a smartphone with this technology. ETNews now claims to have heard from its sources that Samsung will start using this technology next year. However, we will not see it in the Galaxy S21 or Note21 series (if it exists at all), but in the successor to the Galaxy Z Fold2. This would solve the problem of the asymmetry of the front camera of the Galaxy Z Fold2, which has the camera positioned in the center of the right half. In addition, it would help justify the high price of folding smartphones. Those who are unwilling to spend that much money on a foldable smartphone have reason to hope. The well-known source of screen industry leaks, Ross Young, claims that Samsung intends to launch a foldable Lite smartphone in the near future, and that it will be a cheaper version of the Galaxy Z Flip.