Samsung appears to have a plethora of Galaxy products under its sleeves. The chaebol is all set to unveil three new laptops at its coming Galaxy Unpacked event. The brand is also expected to launch the Galaxy M42 mid-range smartphone. Apart from the new Galaxy Book laptops, the next big thing has to be the next iteration of foldable devices.
The third iteration of the original Galaxy Fold will see its unveiling somewhere in the second half of the year, possibly in August. We’ve been hearing about the foldable device for quite some time now.
Samsung’s Exynos chipset on flagship devices has always been a controversial topic with fans generally not happy with the decision. With Exynos 2100 SoC, Samsung decided to address all the issues such as overheating and throttling. Naturally, we might be hoping to see the improved chipset on Galaxy Z Fold 3.
This leak is coming from the notable Ice Universe (@UniverseIce). According to him, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will feature the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset.
Considering this new development, it looks like we might not see an Exynos chipset with AMD Mobile Radeon graphics. Apart from this, we’re also looking at a thinner and lighter profile. To put things into perspective, Galaxy Z Fold 3 is said to be 13 grams lighter than the predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 has also made its way to 3C for certification. The new listing confirms very crucial information related to the battery. It looks like the new foldable device will indeed feature a dual-battery system. One of these batteries is going to bear EB-BF926ABY model number with a rated capacity of 2,060mAh.
Both these two batteries will provide a combined capacity of 4,275mAh meaning the company could market it as 4,400mAh.
Samsung Galaxy Book Pro , Galaxy Book Go , Galaxy Book 360 & Galaxy Z Fold 3 ( May be ) launching on 28th April 🔥😍😍— Gadgetsdata(Debayan Roy) (@Gadgetsdata) April 14, 2021
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