The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 3 have been in a leak, yet again. However, this time the smartphone have been leaked in what one might call official-looking renders. Both the upcoming Samsung flagship smartphones have been in the rumor mill for quite some time now.
Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 has also appeared on the TKDN Certification website recently. This does hint at the launch being sooner than expected. However, nothing can be confirmed on the exact launch date.
Now, noted tipster Evan Blass took to Twitter to reveal high-resolution renders of both the upcoming Samsung Galaxy flagships. The renders actually look very official like the ones Samsung list on their websites. The smartphone was previously expected to come with an under-display camera tech. However, the latest leaks show a punch-hole design on the front. For the most part, it looks very similar to last year’s Fold 2.
The leaked high resolution images reveal that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 3 will come with S Pen support. Additionally, there is a triple rear camera setup. From the looks of it, the Fold 3 might come with a similar camera setup as the Fold 2.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3: What Else?
One thing to note from the leaks is that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 3 seems to be thinner than the Fold 2. Moreover, one leaked picture with both the phones kept aside does revel it to be a promo shot sort of a thing. This is because the name Flip 3 is mentioned in the shot.
The Samsung Galaxy Flip 3 appears to have a dual-tone design alongside a dual rear camera setup. Moreover, the smaller foldable comes a much bigger secondary screen. Moreover, the frame seems to be that of metal with glass bits on top.
The Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 are expected to launch at Samsung’s Unpacked event. Also, according to reports, the Unpacked event is said to be held sometime in August of this year.
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