Samsung is most likely to launch the new models of its Galaxy Z series in the next month (August 2021). The new models will be the Galaxy Z Flip3 and Z Fold3. Both models are already listed on many certification sites along with some of their specifications, revealing that the launch is very near.
This morning, the Galaxy Z Flip3 has appeared on another certification site. This time, it is Geekbench 5 website. The Geekbench has revealed that the all-new Galaxy Z Fold3 will use the Snapdragon 888 chipset instead of the latest Snapdragon 888+.
We already know that the Snapdragon 888 is one of the first Android’s chipset which features Cortex-X1 core for outstanding performance. The newer version (Snapdragon 888+) of this chipset has a higher frequency on the Cortex-X1 chipset.
Come to the Galaxy Z Fold3. With Snapdragon 888 and 12GB RAM, the upcoming foldable phone has scored 1124 points on Single-Core and 3350 points on Multi-Core. We can say that the scores are pretty good, and the device’s performance will also be decent.
Moreover, the Galaxy Z Fold3 runs the latest version of Android (Android 11) with One UI 3.1.1. It is worth mentioning that this phone has a model number SM-F926U, in which the U represents that this would be the US version.
As per previous info, it was reported that the Galaxy Z Fold3 would be a bit different if compared with predecessor models. The new foldable phone has a triple camera setup in a vertically aligned camera bump on the backside.
It was also revealed that the inner display of Galaxy Z Fold3 might also feature an under-display camera, and the refresh rate of both the inner and outer display will be 120Hz. In addition, the Z Fold3 will also support the S Pen connectivity, and it might also come out of the box with the phone.
The phone is expected to launch on August 3, and the device’s price might cross $2000 this time.