Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 display sizes were tipped in a Korean news channel. The Korean tech giant is supposed to unveil the foldable smartphones in early August. But, a sneak peek of the mobile was seen on different certification sites. Most probably, the full launch will happen in a “Galaxy Unpacked” event in August.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Foldable Smartphones to Unveil in August this Year
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 display sizes were just tipped recently. The foldable smartphones are expected to unveil in a “Galaxy Unpacked” event on August 3, 2021. Although, we don’t know much about the upcoming foldable mobiles. But a few leaked images online hint towards the design of these smartphones. Moreover, both these smartphones were also spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards Website (BIS). Besides that, they were also seen at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification websites.
How is the Display Like?
A Korean news channel shared the display sizes of the Samsung Galaxy foldable smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is expected to feature a dual-screen. However, the primary screen is supposedly 7.55 inches with a 4:3:2 aspect ratio. Besides that, the cover screen is 6.23 inches with a 5:4 aspect ratio. Likewise, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is expected to feature a 6.7-inch primary display. On the other hand, the primary display will have a 25:9 aspect ratio and a 1.9-inch secondary display on the cover.
Other Expected Specifications of the Smartphones
The leaked images have hinted at a few things about the upcoming smartphone’s design. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 has an S Pen with “Fold Edition” etched in laser on it. Moreover, the phone features a triple rear camera setup. Although, we don’t know about the specifications yet. On the other hand, Z Flip 3, has a dual-camera setup and a secondary display. Most probably, the smartphones have glass-finished bodies and a metal frame. It is rumored that both the phones are 5G enabled. Moreover, we have no information regarding the phone’s price in the international market.