Samsung is getting closer to the touted August 11 launch date for the Galaxy Z Fold3, so it is just right that we start seeing more of the device around. As of today, we know that the foldable unit has made its way to TENAA for certification. While that doesn’t usually give us a lot of specs to go on, we get to confirm something or find out a small spec.
Right now, we can be sure to have a device much thinner than the Galaxy Z Fold2, showing that Samsung has found a way to get better and manage the size of the unit. This phone should also have a better hinge system than the last model to ensure better durability, longevity and quality.
Looking elsewhere, the device will sport a 4500mAh battery and pack a 6.2-inch main display to match. While TENAA makes no mention of the chipset on this unit, some leaks already point to the SD 888 chipset with as much as 12GB RAM.
We still have some weeks to go till the main launch, so we don’t have to rush on getting all the details from this one.