Now, this information reveals that the Galaxy Z Flip3 can arrive with an initial price of US $ 999 (about 829 euros) or US $ 1,099 (about 912 euros).
Various information states that Samsung will announce the phone Galaxy Z Flip3, an ordinary screen foldable in July or August. However now a new leak, says that the launch of the Galaxy Z Flip3 will be at the beginning of August. This same leak of information also reveals that it will arrive at a more affordable price.
Based on the tweet of the already known user of Twitter Tron, it can be said that the Galaxy Z Flip3 may debut on August 3. O Galaxy Z Flip 5G equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+, which debuted last year was priced at $ 1,499 (about 1243 euros). This information reveals that the Galaxy Z Flip3 can arrive with a starting price of $ 999 (about 829 euros) or $ 1,099 (about 912 euros).
Previous information revealed the design of the Galaxy Z Flip3, but information about its specifications has not yet been revealed. Now a promotional video released on leaking information from the Galaxy Z Flip3 which appeared earlier this week, revealed that it could arrive with a two-tone, multiple-color design such as gray, white, purple, green, black, beige, blue and pink.
It is expected that the Galaxy Z Flip3 features a larger, 1.83-inch external display. The smartphone is expected to have a dual-camera system, which is supposed to include a 12-megapixel main sensor and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor. As for the internal screen of the Galaxy Z Flip3, it may feature a punch-hole design with a 10 megapixel selfie camera.
For better durability, the new Galaxy Z Flip3 you will be able to arrive with a new and renewed aluminum alloy body, and with the latest Gorilla Glass Victus protection. Unfortunately, it is still unclear, which will be the chipset that will equip the Galaxy Z Flip3. Rumors say that it could be sold in invariants such as 128 GB and 256 GB. It remains to be seen whether the Galaxy Z Fold3 will debut alongside the Galaxy Z Flip3.
Source: AndroidGeek by androidgeek.pt.
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