Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 have received their official renderings, leaked from a remarkable tipster on Twitter. Leaked images mostly correspond to all the rumors that have appeared around folding phones. It was previously argued that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 should have a selfie camera with an insufficient display, but recently leaked renderings show a selfie camera hole design. The renderings for Galaxy Z Flip 3 coincide with the renderings that expired in May 2021.
The remarkable tipster Evan Blas (@evleaks) on June 24 tweet some official looking renders for folding smartphones from Samsung. The tweet was the first noticed from GSMArena. Renderings of Galaxy Z Fold 3 indicate that the smartphone may have support for special S Pen as the stylus has an engraved laser edition “Fold Edition”, along with a button at the other end. It may include a triple adjustment of the rear camera, the specifications of which are currently unknown. It used to be speculate that the smartphone may have a selfie camera with an insufficient display, but the renderings shared by Blass show that instead there may be a cutout with a hole
It looks like the renderings show that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be thinner than that of Galaxy Z Fold 2 when folded. However, due to the rendering angles, it is difficult to judge whether there will be a screen gap found in its predecessors.
On the other hand, Galaxy Z Flip 3’s render looks very similar to those that were expired back in May. The flip smartphone appears to have a dual camera setting next to the secondary screen, which looks larger than the Galaxy Z Flip. It also appears to have a two-tone finish, and the frame will likely be made of metal surrounding the glass panels of the case.
Also, one of the images shared by Blass seems to be an official promotional photo for both foldable smartphones. Therefore, we should be sure that the foldable smartphone with a clamshell will be named as Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G.
Samsung recently announced ordered production of 50,000 to 70,000 units per day on both smartphones. It is speculated that Samsung wants to produce seven million units of these smartphones before it is claimed disclosure at the next Galaxy Unpacked event in August.
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