Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 Specifications, Model Numbers Leak


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Three are rumoured to launch as the subsequent foldable handsets from the corporate this 12 months. Whereas Samsung hasn’t introduced the names of its next-generation foldable telephones, the standard naming sample adopted by Samsung means that Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Three often is the official names of the foldable handsets anticipated this 12 months. Particulars concerning the two telephones have leaked on-line, together with storage choices and software program.

SamMobile has leaked specs and mannequin numbers of the next-generation Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip handsets, rumoured to be known as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Three and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold smartphone is reported to come back with mannequin quantity SM-F926 and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip clamshell-like folding handset is tipped to have mannequin quantity SM-F711.

The report says that the rumoured Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Three could also be out there with not less than 256GB of storage and is predicted to run on Android 11-based One UI 3.5. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, which needs to be priced lesser that the Galaxy Fold mannequin, is reported to come back in 128GB and 256GB storage fashions. This handset may additionally run on the identical software program.

To recall, the just lately launched Samsung Galaxy S21 collection runs on One UI 3.1, and the software program is but to trickle all the way down to different handsets. One UI 3.5 appears to be firm’s huge future replace that won’t debut earlier than the second half of 2021. Often, Samsung introduces new software program with its ‘Galaxy Word’ collection, however with rumours floating that there could also be no Galaxy Word collection transferring ahead, it solely appears pure that Samsung launches its subsequent main UI with its newest foldable telephones.

Is that this the top of the Samsung Galaxy Word collection as we all know it? We mentioned this on Orbital, our weekly know-how podcast, which you’ll be able to subscribe to by way of Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or simply hit the play button under.


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