Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 12GB RAM 256GB 5G


Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 12GB RAM 512GB 5G


Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G Dual Sim 76 512GB12GB SMF926BZSEATS Silver


Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G Dual Sim 76 512GB12GB SMF926BZKEATS Black

Product Description

We have got all the details on Samsung's forthcoming foldable phone, the Galaxy Z Fold 3. If the speculations regarding the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 are accurate, the company's next foldable phone will be shown in approximately a month. The upgraded Galaxy Fold is expected to arrive with S Pen functionality and a speedier chipset when it arrives. Samsung may potentially lower the price of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 from its predecessors' stratospheric heights.

According to other Galaxy Z Fold 3 reports, the device would have a sturdier build that will be resistant to water and dust. This could also be the first Samsung phone with an under-display camera, according to rumours. As a result, having the experience would be considerably more immersive. This is everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, including a release date, specifications, and more.


The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is expected to have significant design advancements, with The Elec reporting that it would be the first Samsung phone to use an under-display camera. This is in response to a suggestion from Ice Universe. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 appears to corroborate the existence of an under-display camera. According to a fresh source, this will be the case as well, however the phone would still have a hole-punch camera on the outside display. It will also include a triple-lens camera array on the back.

The majority of the time, an under-display camera is invisible, hiding behind the screen until it is required. If you use the camera to take a selfie, for example, the camera lens will appear on the screen. Consider it a version of the in-display fingerprint sensor, in which the sensor's instructions appear only when you are about to check your device.


The twin displays on the Galaxy Z Fold 3 have the rumour mill divided. The Z Fold 3 is expected to include a 7-inch inside display and a 4-inch external display, according to one report. Those are also substantially smaller, particularly from the outside, than the ones on the Z Fold 2, and we will have to watch to see how Samsung wants to justify it.

However, according to another rumour, the phone will have a 5.4-inch external display and a 7.7-inch inside display. Sam mobile claims that the Galaxy Z Fold 3's cover and inner displays will be 6.23 and 7.55 inches, respectively, adding to the uncertainty. There is a wide range of screen sizes rumoured.

Samsung is anticipated to make the next generation lighter than its predecessor, regardless of design modifications. According to Ice Universe, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 should weigh 269 grammes. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 weighed in around 282 grammes.

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 could be that gadget, according to a recent Samsung patent outlining a folding phone with no physical buttons. We would not jump to the conclusion that Samsung's future phone would be devoid of buttons. For starters, patents may not always represent a company's phone ambitions. Second, even if this patent is granted, it may be some time before we see it put into practise.


the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be available in black and green, with other colour variations possible. According to the website, the Z Fold 3 will include splash resistance to boost its durability. More information has just appeared, with 91mobiles displaying what it claims are renders gathered from industry sources. These mockups appear to be similar to previous photos of the Galaxy Z Fold 3. According to the website, the phone will be available in black, green, and white. It also reports that the phone has a hole punch selfie camera on the outside and that the fingerprint scanner will be located on the back.


Another leak indicates that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 would be water and dust resistant, according to another source. It should be able to withstand an accidental immersion as well as dusty outside walks as a result of this. Samsung added an Ultra-Thin Glass layer to the Galaxy Z Fold 2, making it more durable than its predecessor. Ice Universe predicts that the next model will use a thicker version of the glass, which will strengthen the phone's design and make it less brittle. S-Pen support will be possible because to the thicker glass, which will not damage the flexible glass screen. Samsung is also investigating a "Armor frame" covering, which might be used on foldables like the Galaxy Z Fold 3, according to a patent.


We'll ought to wait for additional Galaxy Z Fold 3 features to emerge from the rumour mill but depending on what Samsung included in this year's model, we can make some pretty good estimates about the future foldable. Because the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is powered by a Snapdragon 865 Plus, we may expect the upcoming iteration to be powered by Qualcomm's top-of-the-line mobile processing engine. The Z Fold 3 would employ a different system-on-chip than the Snapdragon 888 or Samsung's own Exynos 2100 chipsets. However, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 with a Snapdragon 888 engine and 12GB of RAM since then. Given that Qualcomm recently unveiled an enhanced version of same chipset, the Snapdragon 88, this comes as a bit of a surprise.


The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is powered by a 4,500 mAh battery that lasted a little more than 10 hours in our battery test. While this is significantly above average, it is particularly impressive considering the Galaxy Z Fold 2 has two screens to power as well as 5G connection. The Z Fold 3 will, however, appear to have a smaller 4,380 mAh battery, which will still be split over two cells. One probable explanation is that Samsung is making space for an inside S Pen Bay, similar to what it did with the Galaxy Note series in the past.


According to a new rumour, the phone will have a triple-lens back camera with 3x telephoto, wide-angle, and ultrawide-angle lenses. Each one is designed to record video in 4k 60fps and has a 12MP resolution. However, recent leaks suggest that the Galaxy Z Fold 3's rear cameras will be similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 2's - a trio of 12MP cameras with a camera phone.


The Galaxy Z Fold 3 could have a 20 percent lower starting price than the Galaxy Z Fold 2. That is a $200 discount or a price of $1,599. However, this is the first and only report of its kind. Even with a permanent price decrease to $1,799, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 launched at a whopping $1,999, making it Samsung's most expensive phone by far. According to a different blog post from South Korea, the Z Fold 3 would cost around 1.9 million and 1.99 million won, which is between $1,660 and $1,750. According to a report, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be available in two versions: a full-featured model and a cheaper model.