Samsung started One UI 3.5 firmware development for the Galaxy Z Fold 3: Report

by Sheetal

As per information, Samsung will not release a new Galaxy Note series smartphone in the second half of this year but will postpone them for the coming year. Although the company introduces a newer version of the One UI alongside its Note phones.

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However, the company is not launching the Galaxy Note 21 series this year, it will certainly launch its next generation of foldable smartphones, possibly the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 2. These devices can be equipped with many future technologies and can be upgraded over the previous generations.

Although we are still a few months away from the expected Galaxy Unpacked, but leaks and rumors about the next foldable product are spreading rapidly. Now, the new information reveals important figures about the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Samsung’s future plans in the firmware section.

As per the latest information, Samsung has begun developing the Galaxy Z Fold 3 firmware. However, the company still has plenty of time to develop many of the iconic features that will become part of One UI 3.5, and the next foldable Galaxy will be pre-installed exclusively.

It is important to recall that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 the model number SM-F926. Meanwhile, it will have at least 256GB of internal storage space. Furthermore, it is said that the phone will have a slightly smaller outward display than its predecessor.

Earlier reports suggest that the company is reducing the battery capacity of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 to give it S Pen support. So far, we recommend that you use this information as a supplement, as we are waiting for Samsung to officially confirm about the next Galaxy Unpacked where Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 2 will launch.

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