Today, Galaxy Z Fold3 has been listed on the TENAA certification, through which some key specifications got revealed. The certification consists of the model number “SM-F9260,” which seems the Chinese version of Galaxy Z Fold3.
As mentioned in the certification, the new Galaxy Z Fold3 will feature a 6.2 inches display. It is not mentioned whether it is the cover display or the foldable one, but we can conclude that this is a cover display through its size. It is also mentioned that the number of displays would be 2, definitely, as it is a foldable phone.
The dimensions of Galaxy Z Fold3 are also mentioned: 128.1*158.2*6.4mm. It is further observed that the Galaxy Z Fold3 would be slimmer than its predecessor model (Galaxy Z Fold2 with 6.9mm thickness).
The battery capacity of Galaxy Z Fold3 is also mentioned. It would feature a dual battery (the same happened in past models) with the following capacities: 2155mAh, 2345mAh. The total battery capacity is 4500mAh, which seems the typical value, while the rated value is expected to be more as the previous year’s model is packed with the same capacity.
As reported before, the new Galaxy Z Fold3 will feature the new camera module design. This time, the camera would be aligned in a vertical line bump, and the number of cameras would be three. Moreover, the front camera is expected to be placed under the display.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 will be featured on Samsung’s new foldable phone. The chipset is based on the 5nm manufacturing process and consists of Cortex-X1 Super Core. In addition, both inner and outer displays will feature a 120Hz refresh rate. The support for S Pen connectivity will also be there, and it might also come out of the box with the phone.
Galaxy Z Flip3 with model SM-F7110 also appeared on TENAA, but there is no information about dimensions, battery, or any other specifications.
The new Galaxy Z Fold3 is expected to launch along with Z Flip3 in the upcoming UNPACKED event (maybe held on August 11th).For more exclusive mobile phone tips, follow up our Twitter page