Samsung’s next flexible Galaxy device is getting closer to release, and the latest information about the phone is coming from China, where the Galaxy Z Fold3 has received 3C certification.
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The certification listing indicates support for two battery cells, with a total capacity of 4275mAh. The system consists of 2 battery cells (2215mAh + 2060mAh), which distributes the weight of the batteries over both halves of the flexible phone.
The total battery capacity of the Z Fold3 model is lower than that of the Z Fold2 phone (4500mAh). The reason for this reduction in battery size is that the new phone will have a more compact format.
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In addition to this, reports point out that the Galaxy Z Fold3 will have an IP certificate for water and dust resistance, and the next Galaxy Z Flip model will have the same support.
It is also mentioned that the Galaxy Z Fold3 will have support for entering the S Pen with a smartpen and will have a smaller external display compared to the Galaxy Z Fold2.
Finally, the Z Fold3 is expected to arrive with Snapdragon 888 flagship chipset 256GB of storage, while the Z Flip2 will have 128GB and 256GB configurations. Recent reports have suggested that Samsung will introduce two flexible phones in July.