New report tips off major upgrade prepared for Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 5G

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mobtkr23 April 2021Last Update : 1 year ago
New report tips off major upgrade prepared for Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 5G

After the unveiling (or rather teasing) is the best collapsible device to date along with the conventional Galaxy Note 20 duo more than eight months ago, Samsung is widely expected to do so dedicate a glamorous unpacked event to the next generation of Z Fold and Z Flip models at some point in July.

It’s pretty much just around the corner, so although of course there’s still a lot, we do not know about Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 (or Z Flip 2), the interesting rumors and speculations about the two designs and set of high-end specifications are piling up.

The latest gossip is coming from one of the most trusted Samsung-centric publications, citing unnamed “people in knowledge” to reveal an important upgrade that 2021 folders can bring to the table compared to their predecessors in 2020.

$ 2,000 will buy you what $ 500 is already doing this time

Technically, we have no idea how much the Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G should cost. But with last year Z Fold 2 5G originally priced at a whopping $ 1,999.99 and only recently dropped to $ 1,799.99 (for good), it feels safe to assume that an undoubtedly improved sequel will also be circulating across the two Benjamin brands.

For the extravagant price, you can expect to get everything Samsung’s cheaper and more traditional phones already offer, and then some, but believe it or not, $ 500 The Galaxy A52 5G comes with at least one key feature that the Z Fold 2 5G cannot match.

We are talking about a water and dust resistant design, like only 4G LTE A52 the model also has an even lower price point that probably does not exceed $ 400 in the US.
Of course, it’s completely unfair to compare a road plate and a groundbreaking foldable from this point of view, which is why we’m definitely happy to hear that both the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 2 (or Z Flip 3) are likely to boast some sort of IP classification.
Given the complexity of existing collapsible designs, we are pretty sure that the next two generation products will still be eclipsed by IP68 rated Galaxy S21 series, for example, and they may not be able to compete with the IP67 specification for the above Galaxy A52 and A52 5G either.
But any degree of water and dust protection is obviously better than no water and dust resistance at all, and given how easy it was to be damaging the original Galaxy Fold edition just two short years ago, this would be a pretty awesome design on Samsung’s part.

More durable, more powerful and … more affordable?!?

Following the integration of ultra-thin glass (UTG) technology in Galaxy Z Flip and Z Fold 2 5G, Samsung seems to be working on something called the Armor Frame for the fast-moving Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G.

As the recently trademarked name suggests, this otherwise mysterious technology could further contribute to the improved durability of Samsung’s most expensive collapsible device. While Galaxy Z Flip The 3 (or Z Flip 2) 5G probably also comes with a more robust construction than its predecessor, some crucial differences between it and the Z Fold 3 seem essentially etched in stone.
That is, if the next addition to the Z Flip family actually turns out to be as affordable as several reports have shown in the last few months. Remember that we no longer expect one separately Galaxy Z Flip Lite (or Z Fold Lite) variant to materialize at any time, with main Z Flip 3 model instead tipped to start with $ 1,000 or less.
Of course, there may be a number of compromises over the presumably non-apologetic Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G, including an unremarkable battery capacity, lower memory and storage capacity and possibly a slightly less impressive processor too.
Then it goes without saying that the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 will be significantly more powerful than Samsung’s 2020-released folders, while likely sharing advanced technology 120Hz screen refresh rate features.
All in all, it’s hard not to get excited about these bad boys, who may well bring foldable designs into the mainstream and make our list of 2021’s best overall phones.

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