Updated: July 14, 2021 10:27:13 am
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 are set to launch in August. Ahead of the launch, a new leak has shed some light regarding the pricing of the two new foldable phones by Samsung. The two phones have been spotted on China’s TENAA certification listings, revealing some more specifications.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 expected price
Prices for the two Samsung phones was spotted in South Korean publication Naver Blog. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is expected to be priced between KRW 1,900,000 and KRW 1,999,000 (about Rs 1.24 lakhs and Rs 1.30 lakhs) while the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is expected to be priced between KRW 1,900,000 and KRW 1,999,000 (about Rs 1.24 lakhs and Rs 1.30 lakhs). These are not confirmed prices, but given the foldable displays, the devices will come with a high price tag.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 specifications revealed
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 also surfaced on the TENAA certification website in China, first spotted by MyFixGuide. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is expected to feature a 6.2-inch display on the outer face as well as a 4,500mAh battery. The listing also reveals that the phone, listed as the SM-F9260, features 128.1×158.2×6.4mm dimensions when folded.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 was also spotted on the listings with the model number SM-F7110. The folding phone is set to have a single SIM slot but could feature eSIM connectivity for Dual LTE and 5G. The listing also shows that the phone is smaller and thinner than the original Galaxy Z Flip. Further, it is expected to come with a 3200mAh or 3300mAh battery.
Samsung is expected to launch the two new Galaxy phones on August 11 next month at the next Galaxy Unpacked event. The event is set to unveil some more Galaxy products including the new Galaxy Watch 4 series of smartwatches.
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