We already reported that Samsung had started working on the successor of its foldable flagship series, “Galaxy Z Fold Lineup.” A few days ago, the phone was spotted on the Chinese 3C Certification. But today, it got listed on another certification site.
It is reported that the Dual-Battery of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold3 has been listed on a South Korean certification site, named “Safety Korea Certification.” The certification has revealed the appearance of both batteries (included in the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold3).
It was previously reported that Samsung had reduced the battery capacity/size to make a new form structure that would compress the internal space of the Galaxy Z Fold3. As can be seen in the images, it is observed that the battery is now a bit more thinner if compared with last year’s model.
The model numbers (which are mentioned) are all same as in the 3C Certification in the certification. The all-new foldable phone will feature a total 4275mAh Dual Battery (2215mAh+2060mAh), which is lower than last year’s model (Galaxy Z Fold2).
Some leaksters also suggested that the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold3 will feature Qualcomm’s latest flagship chipset, Snapdragon 888. The chipset is based on a 5nm manufacturing process and features 1x Cortex-X1 Ultra-Core, significantly improving performance over the predecessor chipsets.
Moreover, the total weight of the Galaxy Z Fold3 would be 13g lighter than the Galaxy Z Fold2’s weight (i.e., 282g). It is also known that the Galaxy Z Fold3 will have a model number SM-F926, and it would also be dust and water-resistant, but the IP rating is currently unknown.
It is currently expected that Samsung will reveal its Galaxy Z Fold3 along with the all-new Galaxy Z Flip2 in August 2021. The price of both models might exceed $2000.