Leaked renders of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 looks amazing
Credit: Evan Blass

After seeing all the patents, and some low-resolution screenshots, finally, noted phone leaker Evan Blass have provided a clear and high-resolution renders of upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Flip 3. The renders posted by Blass matches with the sketch leaked at the start of May, leading to the final design. Renders shared by Blass not only gives us the best look at both phones but also tells an additional information that the Z Fold 3 is definitely going to be “S-Pen compatible.”

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3

The above images confirm that there is not much change in the design, and it is similar to Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. A more matte finish of the back cover, smaller camera block-kind of a bump around the vertical-trio lenses, contrary to the broad rectangle in Z Fold 2, and the power button and volume button remains the same on the right side.

The surprising notable change, which was not expected, is the S-pen. The second picture in the tweet above clearly shows an S-pen with “Fold Edition” written on it, confirming its presence and conflicting reports regarding the S-pen before the Blass’ leaked render confirmed the support.

Although speculations were also regarding the under-display camera but examining the pictures, it doesn’t look like that Galaxy Z Fold 3 holds any camera underneath.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

The tweet also provides us cleaner pictures of Z Flip 3, supporting the earlier seek-peek designs and giving a closer view of the model. Flip 3 is featured in a two-tone design with vertical cameras placed at an outward-facing screen. The look is an improvement to the original Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The leak also reveals that Samsung appears to be counting the Z Flip and its 5G variant.

Samsung is expected to launch these new foldable smartphones in August but no concrete date is available just yet. However, the company at the event scheduled for MWC will primarily focus on the new smartwatch with Wear OS and to show the new additions in the Galaxy ecosystem.


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