Galaxy Z Flip 3 Display, Weight, Release Date & More Details Surface
This report reveals quite a few details when it comes to the Galaxy Z Flip 3
According to the provided information, the Galaxy Z Flip 3’s main display will be 0.1 inches bigger, while the cover display will be bigger by 0.2 inches. This is in comparison with the original Galaxy Z Flip from last year.
That means that we’ll get a 6.8-inch main panel, and a 1.3-inch cover display on the device. Both of those panels will be OLED ones, and the main one will likely offer a high refresh rate.
The report also says that the phone will maintain its weight. We don’t know if it will be the exact same, but the Galaxy Z Flip weighs 183 grams, so you can expect something similar for its successor.
The Galaxy Z Flip 3 will be thinner than the Galaxy Z Flip. That means that it will be both thinner when folded and unfolded. The Galaxy Z Flip is 17.3mm thick when folded, and 7.2mm when unfolded.
The hinge will be improved, says the report while the price hasn’t been decided yet. The phone will launch in either May or July, claims the source, while we’ll get at least one special edition of the device.
Samsung will skip the Galaxy Z Flip 2 naming altogether
Also, to clear things up, yes, Samsung will likely skip the Galaxy Z Flip 2 naming. Why? Well, it wants the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Fold brandings to be on the same page. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is coming this year, so… yeah. The Galaxy Z Flip is a generation behind at the moment.
Android 11 will come pre-installed on the device, while Samsung’s One UI skin will be included on top. The phone will almost certainly offer both fast wired and wireless charging, and 5G support.
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