Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 Battery Got 3C Certification, With 2215mAh + 2060mAh Dual Battery

It was reported that Samsung is near to start the production of its upcoming flagship foldable phone. Moreover, it was also suggested that the company might ditch the Note series successor as well. Recently, some latest news regarding the Fold3 has been revealed.

Today, the battery capacity of the upcoming device Galaxy Fold3 has been revealed on the 3C Certification site. As can be seen, the phone will feature a total 4275mAh Dual Battery (2215mAh+2060mAh), which is lower than last year’s model (Galaxy Z Fold2).


Reports are suggesting that the reason behind the lower capacity is might be the new form structure that would compress the internal space of the Galaxy Z Fold3. It is also expected that the battery timing might also get an effect.

UPDATE (4/20/2021,11:28 AM Chinese Timing): As per the famous blogger @Ice Universe, the Galaxy Z Fold3 will be powered by Snapdragon 888 flagship chipset and it would be 13g light than Galaxy Z Fold2 (i.e. about 282g).

Previously, it is also reported that the all-new Galaxy Z Fold3 will have a model number “SM-F926.” The device would also be dust and water-resistant, but the IP rating is currently unknown.

Some leaksters claim that the Z Fold3 would feature Snapdragon’s chipset instead of (Samsung’s Own) Exynos chipset. The previous model (Z Fold2) is also powered by Snapdragon 865+ chipset.

The all-new Galaxy Z Fold3 is expected to launch along with Samsung’s Z Flip2 in July. The price of both models might reach $2000. Moreover, Samsung will not release any other folding-screen phone this year.

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