Check out the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and its under-display camera


The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is likely to be announced in early August, and along with S Pen support, it’s slated to be Samsung’s first attempt at an under-display selfie camera. The camera won’t be found on the Cover Display, but instead, will be used on the primary 7.55-inch folding screen.

Ice Universe is back with a couple of new renders showing off what the display will look like with this new camera in tow. The goal for Samsung by using this technology is to get rid of any of the hole-punch cutouts that have been popularized over the last few years.

The camera being used it said to be a 16MP Sony IMX47I sensor sporting 40% better light transmittance compared to the likes of the ZTE Axon 20’s under-display selfie camera. ZTE first tried this technology out last year, but it was met with much disdain as the camera just simply didn’t meet the public’s expectations, despite looking pretty cool.

Other specs for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 include the Snapdragon 888 for power paired with 12GB of RAM and coming in three different colors, at least. The Cover Display will measure in at 6.23-inch, and both displays will feature a 120Hz refresh rate, an upgrade from the 60Hz/120Hz combination on last year’s model. Notably, we’re expecting to see S Pen support, which has been one of the biggest requests, outside of improved durability.

Finally, we’ve seen leaks and filings show that the Z Fold 3 will sport a 4,400mAh battery. Unfortunately, you won’t find any super-fast charging here, as the Z Fold 3 will be limited to 25W wired charging and 15W wireless charging. But the Z Fold 3 is said to sport an official IP rating, just don’t expect to see IP68.


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