The South Korean tech giant’s new smartphone Galaxy Z fold 3 may arrive with a smaller outer display in comparison to its successor.
As per reports, the next-generation foldable device from Samsung will come with a smaller 5.4-inch secondary display on the outside, which will have a resolution of 2260x816px. Though the resolution of the new device is the same as the previous foldable, it is strikingly smaller than the Galaxy Z Fold2‘s outer display that measured 6.23 inches. Although, this could be a type, and the leak might have tried to imply 6.4 inches.
Earlier, Samsung might announce the Galaxy Z Flip 2, a phone which looks like a clamshell with a foldable screen in the month of July.
According to the reports, Galaxy Z Flip2 has a model number SM-F711 and it contains a dual-cell battery. Also, the device has received approval from the SafetyKorea certification platform.
As we can see in the tweet, the EB-BF711ABY battery with a 2,300mAh rated value. When we zoom at the image of the battery reveals that its typical value is 2,370mAh. The other battery with EB-BF712ABY model number has a rated size of 903mAh capacity. Its typical value is not known yet.
China’s 3C and DEKRA also approved batteries certifications, correspondingly. With two batteries on board, the Galaxy Z Flip2 is expected to offer a total capacity of 3,300mAh. Hence, it seems that the battery capacity of the Galaxy Z Flip2 could be almost the same as its previous model.