Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 arrives on FCC with 5G support

Samsung is ready to hit the market with its new Galaxy-M, Galaxy-A, and Galaxy Tab flagships. But, the most exciting products are the new foldable, Galaxy Z Flip 3, and Galaxy Z Fold 3. From the most anticipated device of this year, Galaxy Z Flip 3 has arrived on FCC with 5G support.

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The arrival of the Galaxy Z Flip 3 on FCC reveals that it will come with 5G support. The foldable will have the model number SM-F711U or SM-F711U1 depending upon the region. Though the official key specs are not yet out, we do have some render leaks and rumors with us.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G will be the successor of Galaxy Z Fold 2, which was launched the last ear in September. Talking about the design, the company is planning to slim down its foldable series to make them easier to use. Therefore, both of the upcoming foldable will probably arrive with a slimmer and light design.

Moreover, they are likely to carry an LTPO screen with under-display cameras (UDC). The Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be the first Samsung foldable to feature the S Pen to improve its versatility. If this stands true, this will be a hybrid between the S Pen found on the Galaxy S21 Ultra and the Note 20 series.

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In addition to the main panel, Galaxy Z Fold 3 is likely to flaunt a 7.55-inch display. A dual battery capacity of 4,380 mAh will probably back up the device. Also, some leaks suggest that the phone will have Android 11 OS on board paired with 128GB and 256GB of storage variants.

In the shooting section, the smartphone may equip a triple rear camera consisting of two 12MP and a 16MP snapper. While the front could house a 16MP shooter on the main display and a 12MP lens on the cover display.

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This is all we have in our hands right now about the Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G. Stay tuned for more updates. Although, the device was expected to launch in July but now that it has grabbed the FCC certification, will hopefully arrive by August 2021.

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Shivani Sharma
Shivani Sharma
"Do anything, but let it produce joy" Tech freak, Android enthusiast, and a wanderer.


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