The Galaxy Z Flip 3 shows a larger external screen, dual cameras, and familiar Z Fold 3 layout

The new media rendering of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 has been launched. Let us take a look at the updated design of the latest device OG The person in charge Evan Blass shared the familiar single-render appearance.

Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3

Although Galaxy Z Fold 3 does not have many highlights, Z Flip 3 seems to be receiving some updates. The following devices are placed side by side to indicate the size difference between two different folds.
Although we expect some updates to Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 seems to increase the size of the external screen and add an additional camera lens.


Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3

This moves the LED flash to a position similar to champagne or light gold, which is far less obvious than the bronze finish on the Z Flip 5G. [Update]: Blass shared another post about the new perspective of Galaxy Z Fold 3, showing the S Pen engraved with the words “folded version”.

It is likely to be a special device for use with a foldable display or just an accessory with appropriate markings for use with the new Z-fold. The lack of Note series equipment means that the Fold series pushes the baton (or S Pen) forward. The rear-view camera also seems to be installed in a smaller circular belt, rather than a domino-like matrix.

Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3

Although the LED flash of this three-camera system is now closer to the bottom rather than the top, Samsung is reported to have begun mass production of the Galaxy Z Fold 3, but little is known about these improvements. Can run on the device. This time the smallest wrinkles will see some obvious improvement. Although Blass did not confirm anything other than the renderings, previous rumors indicate that the price of Galaxy Z Flip 3 is about $1,100, and Z Fold 3 may drop by 20%. It is not clear when Samsung will launch a foldable

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