In the coming months, we will get to know the new generation of foldable smartphones from Samsung. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be the brand's top flagship for the second half of the year and there are more and more details that we know about the product.
This time, we have the news that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will have a body of smaller dimensions compared to its predecessor. However, a smaller body implies a reduction in a vital component of the equipment.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be sacrificed on your battery
With less physical space available, it is natural that the South Korean has to rely on a battery also smaller. Specifically, we are talking about an energy storage capacity of 4380mAh.
The next foldable will continue to feature two batteries, one placed on each side of the Galaxy Z Fold 3. A solution that the company has been using since the launch of it's first device of its kind.
This will be the result of a design philosophy that Samsung wants to apply to its folding devices as well. The goal is to develop screens with “zero margins”, also cutting the size of the panels.
According to The Elec, the internal screen of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will have a diagonal of 7.5 “inches, while the exterior will be 6.2” inches. Marginal reductions, but combined with practically nonexistent margins, resulting in a more discreet product.
Samsung's new foldable could be unveiled in July
The latest data points to an official presentation of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 next July. It will be an anticipation of one month compared to the usual South Korean calendar for these products.
This event is also expected to present the Galaxy Z Flip 2, the evolution of the shell smartphone that the brand launched in the spring of 2020. We will therefore have an event entirely dedicated to the market niche in which Samsung takes the lead compared to its direct competitors.
Although the Galaxy Z Flip 2 is still a mystery, some relevant details of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 are already known. The main novelties of this model should be the support for the S Pen and the inclusion of its front camera below the screen.
Source: 4gnews by 4gnews.pt.
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