The Galaxy Z Flip 3 has already made it to the FCC, and we now see the same device getting certified by the NBTC in Thailand. We now also know via the certification that the Galaxy Fold3 will have S pen support, true to what some of the rumours on this unit has told us.
The version that makes it to Thailand will have native 5G support on board, helping to prepare users for the wide rollout of the new network that will happen in the country. The device will also use a combined 3000mAh battery, carrying 15W charging capabilities and get an SD 888 chipset under the hood.
The S Pen Pro that got certified in Indonesia is also sure to differ from the one that launched at the same time as the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The only issue is that we don’t know where the difference will be for this year’s model.
Seeing how Samsung has taken the S Pen from a simple note-taking device to a kind of Bluetooth remote control unit, though, we are confident that they would have slapped a neat little feature on this one also.
Right now, we are gearing up for the launch of the foldables on August 11, which is most likely when the new S Pen Pro will also be unveiled.