A new rumor released by the profile @ chunvn8888 on Twitter this Tuesday (6) indicates that the Galaxy Z Fold 3, the next generation of foldable cell phone from Samsung, may come with an external screen smaller than that of the its predecessor.

The post reveals that the device will come with an internal 7,7-inch screen, while its external display will be 5,4 inches. In comparison, the Z Fold 2, which landed in Brazil for R $ 14 in October last year, it has a 6,2-inch external screen.


Although the size of one of the panels is smaller than that of its older brother, the component must maintain the aspect ratio of 25: 9 and the resolution of 2260 x 816 pixels. For now, the display refresh rate has yet to be released, but rumors suggest that both Z Fold 3 screens should offer 120 Hz refresh rate.

Just like smartphones more powerful On sale at retail, Samsung's next top-of-the-line smartphone will likely come with the processor Snapdragon 888, Qualcomm's flagship chipset in 2021.

Finally, there are rumors that the Galaxy Z Fold 3, as the Galaxy S21 Ultra, can also offer support for the S Pen. Although the device does not yet have an official IP rating, Samsung's next foldable should also have some degree of resistance to water and dust.

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Launch of the Galaxy Z Fold 3

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The next foldable cell phone in the Galaxy Z Fold line is set to face stiff competition in the market. Image: Mr. Mikla / Shutterstock

The expectation is that Samsung will present its next foldable cell phone to the public in an event Unpacked in the third quarter of this year. In addition to the Z Fold 3, the manufacturer should also launch a new Galaxy Z Flip.

Unlike previous models, Samsung's launches are likely to face stiff competition in their segment. It is worth remembering that the Chinese Xiaomi, for example, is one of the strong rivals that just launched Mi Mix Fold in the Chinese market.

Other important names, such as Oppo and Vivo, are also expected to present their first foldable cell phones in 2021.

Street: Android Central