After seeing all the angles of the Galaxy Z Flip3 through official-looking renderings, it’s now time to take a look at the exterior of the Galaxy Z Fold3.
The renderings, allegedly provided by an internal source, show Samsung’s upcoming foldable from almost every angle – just the top and bottom frames are missing.
Galaxy Z Fold3 is reproduced in three colors – black, green and a gradient (Phantom?) White and pink finish. All three appear to have a matte surface on the back panel.
The pictures show a hole with an external camera, which is rumored to have a 10MP sensor, while on the unfolded internal display we should see a 16MP under-display camera.
The Galaxy Z Fold3 has a capacitive fingerprint scanner and a volume button on the right side. There is a triple camera on the back that appears as a conventional setup – no periscopes, no IR sensors.
Previous reports have revealed a rather rounded overall idea about the specifications of the Galaxy Z Fold3. It will have a 7.55-inch inner foldable screen, a 6.23-inch outer screen – both with 120Hz refresh rate.
We expect a Snapdragon 888 or possibly 888+ with 12 GB or 16 GB of RAM. There is a small 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 may remain so. There is 256 GB or 512 GB of storage space.
It is rumored that the Galaxy Z Fold3 supports the S Pen, but like the Galaxy S21 Ultra, the S Pen is not bundled, nor will there be a space for it in the body of the phone.
Finally, there is a 4,400mAh battery with 25W wireless and 15W wireless charging.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 will be official along with Z Flip3, Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Buds2 in August.