The images of the upcoming Samsung foldable smartphones have been leaked. AllAboutSamsung reported that the Z Fold3 and Z Flip3 were received by the American Regulatory Authority FCC. Apart from the official-looking images, the charging speeds and compatibility with S-Pen on the Z Fold3 have been confirmed.
What Do The Z Fold3 And Z Flip3 Look Like?
For those wondering what the devices look like, here’s the high-resolution image of both of them. This image comes from a popular and reputable leaker Evan Blass @evleaks.
Starting with the Z Flip3, the camera module is now vertically aligned, compared to the horizontal alignment on the Z Flip2. The cameras are tucked inside the body like the Z Flip2, and there’s no visible camera bump.
The display, which also acts as a viewfinder, looks bigger than its predecessor, and the phone has a Pixel 2’ish design element with two colors on the first half upper glass back.
Coming to the Samsung Z Fold3, Samsung has completely revamped the way the foldable looks from the back. The Note 20 Ultra-like camera bump is no more. The camera real estate is now thinner, and the protrusion is also lesser.
One thing to note down here is that we’ve heard rumors of Samsung using an under-screen camera, but in the image, we can clearly see the punch-hole type camera. It is possible that Samsung’s showing it for illustration purposes.
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