Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 leaked specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, 120 HZ refresh rate AMOLED display.

Leaked: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 specs and renders

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The Grapevine says that the next foldable flip phone and successor to the Galaxy Z Flip  from Samsung is on the way, and it will go by the name, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3. Why not Flip2? We have no idea.

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Though they are not popular yet, smartphones with foldable displays are gradually becoming a thing, and lots of gadget lovers are jumping on the ride. The 3rd generation of the Galaxy Flip is looking to spice things up even further.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 specs
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 render

Expect both LTE and a 5G variants of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3. In the meantime, find below the expected specs.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 Specs

  • Glass (UTG), 120 Hz refresh rate, Dynamic AMOLED display
  • Inner display size should be between 6.7 and 6.9 inch.
  • 5G-compliant Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset.
  • Dust/water resistance
  • very small front display

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 foldable phone

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Price of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3

It is expected that the Galaxy Flip3 will cost $1499 only.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 Release Date

The Galaxy Z Flip3 is expected to be released within the next few months in the first half of 2021.

The original Galaxy Z Flip put on a good show, despite a few hitches and concerns. It is a handy smartphone and a breath of fresh air, and in the words of Mister Mobility, “a departure from the boring slabs that we have all carried around for years”.

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PS: You might be interested in our Samsung Galaxy Z Flip hands-on review.

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