Samsung’s foldable smartphones – Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 – are expected to be unveiled in July, according to the latest information.
Samsung’s foldable smartphones – Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 – are expected to be unveiled in July, according to the latest information. New information about Sammobile has now revealed some exclusive details about both devices.
This information mentions that the next folding device (Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3) will be model number SM-F926 and the next shell device (Samsung GalaxyZ Flip3) will be model number SM-F711. Both devices will debut with Android 11 with One UI 3.5. If this information is really true, Samsung should have started developing this new version of OneUi.
Additionally, the Z Fold3 has at least 256GB as a storage option, while the Z Flip3 has lower versions of 128/256GB. To recall, the Galaxy Z Fold2 debuted with the same memory variant as the last Galaxy Z Flip 5G.
There is also a rumor of an alleged “Z Flip Lite”, but according to this information, at least for now, nothing suggests the existence of the equipment. Ross Young, the well-known analyst, has already stated in the past that Samsung will bring a “Lite” version of the Galaxy Z Flip in 2021. Let’s wait for more information.
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The Galaxy Z Fold3 is expected to be the first foldable phone with S-Pen support. In addition, it is rumored that it may be the first to bring the camera under the screen to give users a full screen experience. The expected specs include a 7.55-inch main screen, 6.21-inch secondary screen, while the Z Flip3 will bring a 6.7-inch main LTPO screen and a 1.81-inch secondary screen should.
In terms of launch, Samsung usually introduces the intermediate version with the Galaxy Note series in the second half of the year. However, since the Galaxy Note 21 is not yet fully confirmed, we will have to wait a little longer to know exactly when it will arrive.
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