We’ve had several rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 in the past few weeks, but one more can’t hurt. In fact, we’ve already heard rumors suggesting that Samsung’s new foldable device could hit the market as early as this month. At the same time, other reports suggest that it may take the Galaxy Note series launch window, which unfortunately won’t be updated this year. The latest rumor sheds light on the devices’ alleged under-display camera and states that it will be something like you’ve never seen before.
According to the tipster @IceUniverse, the new camera could arrive at the camera’s sensors with 40 percent better light transmission, which is crucial for image quality. In other words, this camera could outperform any other phone with an under-display, even though the ZTE Axon 20 is the only commercially available smartphone with an under-display camera. So yes, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 delivers better selfie pictures than the Axon 20.
Fold3’s UPC transmission is up to 40% +, which is much higher than any other UPC solution you’ve ever seen.
– Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) June 4, 2021
Rumor has it that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will come with a 16MP Sony IMX 471 selfie camera under the 7.55-inch LTPO AMOLED main display. The secondary display that you use when the phone is closed is said to come with a secondary 10 MP selfie shooter, while the main camera setup may still have the same three 12 MP sensors that we have in the current one Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Image source: @ blossomcy1201
We also received several leaks suggesting the possible design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. The first leak indicated that we would see something that would resemble the design language of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Nevertheless, we also saw a second concept that offers us fewer sensors in the camera setup. And keep in mind that the new device is likely to support pen input too, but just like the Galaxy S21 Ultra, it will also lack an S Pen slot.
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