The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip launched in early 2020 as one of the first truly compact foldable smartphones. While it was a welcome change to have a small phone on demand, one of the most common complaints was that its secondary 1.1-inch screen (or the Cover Display, as Samsung prefers to call it) was far too small to be useful or enjoyable.
Leak marketing, samsung know that. Z flip 3 and z fold 3 Flip is like folding pixel 2 or P10 Fold 3 perhaps oppo likegap is smaller than fold 2 but not like X2All matte colors green is appleishFold 3 support s pen and have under display camera pic.twitter.com/YU08j7VV2wMay 3, 2021
The new two-tone design language will seem immediately familiar to the Google Pixel 2 from 2017, which was generally referred to as the “Panda” phone for its cute black and white finish.
Looking at the leaked promo, it looks like half of the #ZFold3 main display is S-Pen compatible pic.twitter.com/xlszRi7mAIMay 3, 2021
Images of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 leaked too, but those don’t reveal a lot. A simpler triple-camera setup is seen on the rear, likely to be a primary, ultra-wide and telephoto combination. Along with the usual black and white colour options, the same deep green finish is seen once again. Notably, the gap at the hinge between the two halves of the folding screen seems to be tighter than the Z Fold 2.
Most importantly, one of the frames confirms that the Samsung Z Fold 3 will support touch input via the S Pen, making it a lot more productive in its tablet avatar. It’s unclear if the stylus will be stored inside the body or if it will be a separate accessory, but either way, it will be the first foldable to support a stylus of any sort.
With the Note 21 seemingly delayed to 2022, the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 will be Samsung’s flagship offerings for the second half of the year. They are expected to be unveiled in June or July, with upgrades such as Snapdragon 888 chipset, higher refresh rate displays, better cameras and improved structural reinforcement.