Samsung’s next foldable-screen phone is expected to be launched this summer, and it has already surfaced on the Internet. However, the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 will adopt an inward-folding design, the same as their predecessors, but there will be upgrades in other functions.
According to the latest news, Galaxy Z Fold 3 is said to use a new generation of UTG (Ultra-Thin Glass) technology. Although the screen polarizer has been reduced, the phone will still be thicker than its predecessor, Galaxy Z Fold 2, because it supports S Pen input.
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Display search analyst Ross Young revealed that adding S Pen support requires adding a sensing layer at the bottom of the screen, which is the reason for the increase in thickness. In addition, since there is no polarizing layer, it will provide higher brightness and more power-saving than Z Fold 2.
This means that reducing the battery capacity from 4500mAh to 4250mAh will not degrade the experience. At the same time, it is reported that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is expected to be 5.4 inches when folded and 7.7 inches when unfolded.
According to a recent report, Samsung has begun mass production of external elements for the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 3, which may be launched sometime in August this year, with an invisible selfie camera, S Pen support, One UI 3.5 version, and more