Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G design and colors revealed in latest leak
The renders, reportedly provided by an inside source, show Samsung's upcoming foldable from nearly all angles - just the top and bottom frames are missing.
The Galaxy Z Fold3 is rendered in three colors - Black, Green and a gradient (Phantom?) white and pink finish. All three appear to have a matte surface on the rear panel.
The images show a punch-hole outer camera, rumored to have a 10MP sensor, while on the unfolding inner display we should see a 16MP under-display camera.
The Galaxy Z Fold3 has a capacitive fingerprint scanner and a volume rocker on the right side. There's a triple camera on the rear, which appears a conventional setup - no periscopes, no IR sensors.
Previous reports have revealed a pretty rounded overall idea of the specs of the Galaxy Z Fold3. It will have a 7.55-inch inner foldable display, a 6.23-inch outer display - both of 120Hz refresh rate.
We expect a Snapdragon 888 or possibly 888+ with 12GB or 16GB of RAM. There is a slight possibility that Samsung would use its Exynos 2100 or a newer, more powerful variant of it, but older Fold smartphones have all been Qualcomm-powered and it could remain thus. There are 256GB or 512GB of storage.
The Galaxy Z Fold3 is rumored to support the S Pen, though like the Galaxy S21 Ultra, the S Pen won't be bundled, nor will there be a slot for it in the body of the phone.
Finally, there's a 4,400mAh battery with 25W wireless and 15W wireless charging.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 will become official alongside the Z Flip3, Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Buds2 in August.
Z Fold 2 looks much better, bigger battery and display
- 07 Jul 2021
Sony brought the 3.5mm jack back. It also has the SD card slot. If Sony can do it, why can't Samsung? I guess I'm buying the 1 III from Sony after all. Sorry Samsung, I gave you a shot, but you blew it! No SD card slot = NO BUY!
- 05 Jul 2021
People really need to get over the headphone Jack and sd card slot. Crying about them in internet comment sections wont make companies add them to their phones. Companies will never bring them back. So it is annoying to read comments asking a...
- 04 Jul 2021