The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is illustrated in images and video for the first time. These renderings, based on data from several patents, are the result of a collaboration between Pigtou, a seller specializing in accessories for smartphones and tablets, and the renowned leaker @ xleaks7. The opportunity for us to discover two potential versions, with a double and a triple folding.
After a first Galaxy Fold far from perfect, Samsung has transformed the test this summer 2020 with the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Now, fans of the brand are firmly awaiting the brand’s next foldable smartphone, namely the Galaxy Z Fold 3. For now, the device remains a mystery, and we have to be content with a few rumors and rumors about it.
Thus, we recently learned that the price of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 would be modeled on that of the Z Fold 2, or around 2000 €. In addition, and according to revelations from a South Korean media, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 could have a selfie sensor under the foldable screen, thanks to proprietary technology.
But on this Friday, December 24, 2020, the specialist seller Pigtou and the renowned leaker David Kowalsky alias @ xleaks7 spoil us with new 3D concepts of the Galaxy Z Fold 3. These designs are based on data from several Samsung patent applications. Using this information, @ xleaks7 managed to create two distinct models of the Galaxy Z Fold 3: a version with a double folding, and another with a triple folding.
Regarding the first model, it differs from the Galaxy Z Fold 2 in that the device does not fold in the middle, but on both sides. There are therefore two hinges on each side, suggesting that the Z Fold 3 will keep a Tablet format, even before folding. Once the two extensions open, we actually end up with a large tablet comparable to an iPad.
The foldable part on the left houses the quadruple photo sensor, while the right side is occupied by a panel and the famous selfie sensor under the screen mentioned above. Then, the leaker imagined a version of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 with a triple folding. In this case, the hinges remain on the sides, with the difference they bend in opposite directions. As a result, it is possible to either obtain a rather thick smartphone format, or to switch to a tablet. What do you think of these designs? Tell us in the comments.