After launching the Galaxy Z Fold 2 in India last year, Samsung aims to release its long-awaited successor, the Galaxy Z Fold 3, in the next few days. Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a lot of this foldable rumor and rendering. And now, in all its glory, more renderings that introduce Z Fold 3 are surfaced online.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Rendering Leaks
High resolution Galaxy Z Fold 3 renderings are provided by the Indian-based publication Digit in collaboration with the reputed Talekomi OnLeaks. They show Z fold 3 from many angles. In addition, it provides some important information about device dimensions and functionality.
According to the report, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 Thickness 15.6mmIncludes rear camera bumps when folded. When unfolded, the device will be 6.6 mm thick. This is equivalent to 7.7mm in the rear camera bump.
In addition, Digit’s report states that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will have an in-display front camera inside. Located under the primary display panel, it provides users with a true bezelless display with no notches or punched holes. The outer display, on the other hand, has punched holes for storing selfie snappers.
Another report from 91 Mobile Shows the rendering of different color variations of the Z Fold 3. The device comes in three color variations, including a gradient pinkish model, a navy green color variation, and a black variation. In addition, the device is expected to have a matte finish back panel rather than a glossy one. You can see these color variations here.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3: Specs (Rumor)
When it comes to specs and features, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 works 7.55-inch primary AMOLED display Supports a refresh rate of 120Hz. It also has a 6.23 inch outer display. The device is rumored to support the S Pen and may have a Samsung Exynos chipset that is more powerful than the existing Exynos 2100 SoC that powers the Galaxy S21 series.
Therefore, it is very likely that Samsung will have AMD GPUs on its next Exynos CPU. It recently beat Apple’s A14 Bionic chipset in a graphics benchmark test.
Looking at the optics, the device packs a triple camera setup housed in a vertical module on the back and looks great. Unfortunately, there is no information about the lens details at this time.
No details are available at this time, so it is advisable to use a grain of salt to remove the leak. Details about the key specifications and features of the Z Fold 3 will be available before the August launch.