The most anticipated smartphones by Samsung this year are Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3. So far, numerous rumors and assumptions have been made about the device. But now, it seems that we are close to the official announcement as the duo has surfaced on several online certifications including FCC and TENAA. Also, the present FCC filing of the Z Fold 3 reveals the support of Samsung’s S Pen Pro.
The FCC listing discloses the model number SM-F926U for the Galaxy Z Fold 3. As we reported earlier, the device comprises the S Pen capabilities. Furthermore, the arrival divulges that the digitizer required for the S Pen to operate is in-built in the device. Alongside the new functionality, the smartphone will arrive with 5G connectivity, NFC, wireless charging, and Wi-Fi 6e.
The other official specifications of the Galaxy Fold 3 are a 6.2-inch outer display and a 7.55-inch foldable inner display. The smartphone will run the latest stable channel, Android 11 out of the box with One UI 3.1 on top. A dual power cell of 2155 mAh and 2345 mAh will back up the device making it a total of 4500 mAh battery.
Under the hood, Snapdragon 888 SoC is likely to power the device paired with up to 512GB of memory configuration. Also, Fold 3 may equip a 12MP rear triple camera setup and a 16MP UDC for selfies. If this stands true, the device will be the first foldable with an under-display camera. The devices will replace the Galaxy Note’s spot and are expected to launch at the Unpacked 2021 event in August.