Samsung’s foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Fold2, was released last year and is due for an update. Its successor, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3, is set to be released in August, and now renders of the smartphone have surfaced, revealing several key features. Interestingly Z fold3 is said to feature Under Display. Let’s have a closer at this new foldable.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3: What to expect?
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 will be available in three color variants, as seen in these high-resolution renders: black, navy green, and gradient pinkish. Also, it is claimed to include a 7.5-inch primary AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 6.2-inch cover display, according to the renders. When folded, it measures 15.6 mm including the camera bump, and when unfolded, it measures 7.7 mm including the camera bump.
The primary display is reported to have an in-display camera, while the cover display is said to have a punch hole in the top centre for the selfie camera. A triple camera arrangement is predicted on the back, which is reported to be a combination of primary, telephoto, and ultrawide lenses. The Z Fold3 is believed to have a side-mounted fingerprint sensor on the right side this time.
A more powerful version of the Exynos 2100 could power the Galaxy Z Fold3. In a select areas, it may also be available with the Snapdragon 888 Plus. Furthermore, the Galaxy Z Fold3 is believed to support the S-Pen, but it is unknown if Samsung would include one in the package.
The Galaxy Z Fold3 is expected to debut in August, and we’ll learn more about it and the Flip3 as the date approaches.