The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 has surfaced once again, this time around, we can take a look at non-watermarked images of the device. We’ve seen renders of this phone before, but the vast majority of them were watermarked.
WinFuture.de now decided to share seemingly official renders from Samsung, without a watermark. Needless to say, this gives us a great look at the upcoming handset.
Non-watermarked Galaxy Z Fold 3 images show the device in several color options
The phone is shown in three color variants here, and you can check it out from various angles. This is the final design of the phone, as it’s the design that has been making the rounds for quite some time now. On top of that, WinFuture is a very reliable source for Samsung leaks.
The wallpapers applied on the devices are too dark for you to notice that there’s a display camera hole on the secondary display. It is there, and it’s centered at the top of the display.
The phone’s main, foldable display, on the other hand, does not sport a display camera hole. It does include an under-display camera, though. That camera will, allegedly, be visible, more than the one ZTE used.
The phone will include three vertically aligned cameras on the back. Its hinge will not be visible when it’s unfolded, and overall it does resemble its predecessor quite a bit in regards to the design.
The device will launch on August 11
Samsung will announce this handset on August 11, alongside several other products. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 is also expected to make a debut on that date, and the same goes for the Galaxy Watch 4 devices, and the Galaxy Buds 2.
The Galaxy S21 FE will likely arrive at a later date. As of now, the device is tipped to launch in October. Nothing has been confirmed just yet, though, so we’ll have to wait and see.
The Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be a true powerhouse of the device, with plenty of RAM and storage, the Snapdragon 888 SoC, and more. Click here if you’d like to know more.
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