Samsung recently detailed a new OS for the Galaxy Watch at a recent MWC 2021 event. However, the hardware that will empower this new OS, the Galaxy Watch 4 will arrive later this year, presumably during the company’s next Galaxy Unpacked event in August. But the new Galaxy Watch won’t be the only new arrival at the event, the company is also slated to launch its next-gen foldable smartphone at the event.
91mobiles recently released a new set of renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3. The renders show the device in three colour options, including gradient pink, black, and green. Additionally, it also gives us a detailed look at the back and front of the device.
The images reveal a vertically aligned triple-camera setup on the back with an LED flash at the bottom. The three cameras could likely be primary, ultrawide, and telephoto sensors. There is a fingerprint scanner and volume rocker on the right, while a SIM card slot sits on the left side. Lastly, the hole-punch camera cutout in the centre is also visible.
While Samsung hasn’t revealed any details about the Galaxy Z Fold3, previous reports suggest that it will be powered by the newly announced Snapdragon 888+ SoC and the Exynos 2100 chipset, depending on the region. It is also expected to feature a main 7.55-inch AMOLED display and an outer 6.23-inch panel.
The triple-camera setup is tipped to feature a 12 MP primary sensor, 12 MP ultrawide shooter, an 16 MP telephoto lens. Samsung’s next-gen foldable smartphone is also expected to pack a 4,400 mAh battery with both fast wired and wireless charging support. Samsung is yet to confirm the existence of the Galaxy Z Fold3 or about a Galaxy Unpacked event in August, but with July just around the corner, we should get more details about the latter soon.