Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 have been found to be certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) websites. The list of these certification sites suggests that the launch of these foldable smartphones may be true. It can be expected that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 may soon launch in the Indian market due to listing on the BIS certification site. The FCC list on the Galaxy Z Flip 3 suggests that the phone could support 5G and NFC.
Notable tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) has tweeted BIS list Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 with model numbers SM-G507B and SM-F926B / DS. Foldable list Samsung The smartphone suggests that it may soon launch in the Indian market. Second report notes that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 can cost 20 percent less than its predecessor. The upcoming foldable smartphone could be priced at $ 1,600 (about 1.19 lh).
A report leaked some photos of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 from last month. The leaked photos suggest that the smartphone may have an under-selfie camera. In addition, Samsung’s foldable smartphone can also support the hybrid S Pen and they are available in three color options – black, dark green and silver.
A report written by 91Mobiles notes that Galaxy Z Flip 3 has been observed FCC certification site. The clamshell folding smartphone has the model number SM-F711U, and the FCC lists some of the key features of the Galaxy Z Flip 3. The list suggests that the foldable Samsung smartphone may be 5G compatible as it supports the n71, n12, n5, n66, n2, n25, n30, n41, n77, n78, n260 and n261 5G NR frequency bands. It can also support NFC, multiple LTE bands and wireless charging support.
A report from May 2021 suggested that the Galaxy Z Flip 3 can support up to 15 W (9 V, 1.67 A) wired charging. The foldable Samsung smartphone can also have S Pen support and comes in four finishes – black, green, purple and white.
Samsung is also reportedly ordered at least 50,000 units of daily production between the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3. The South Korean technical giant plans to produce seven million units of these smartphones before their alleged release in August 2021.
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