Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G gets FCC certification, here’s everything you need to know

It is rumoured that August 2021 is going to unwrap two new Samsung foldable smartphones,  the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 are the devices to be introduced soon during the event of Galaxy Unpacked 2021. As per a report that came out recently, Samsung will likely hold the event on the third of August 2021. But, Samsung has not yet officially confirmed it.

Recently Galaxy Z Fold 3 was sighted on the FCC website on the certification list by 91Mobiles and the listing reveals a lot about the phone before its takeoff. Let’s discuss some of the key specifications the phone will clasp. 

The images of the foldable upcoming smartphone Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 showed that the phone will come with the support of Ultra Wide Band and S-pen. UWB enables the users to share an ample amount of data while putting in less power to share the data at impressive frequencies. The UWB connection is wireless and can trace any UWB device at a short range for transferring the data. 

S-pen support had not been available on previous foldable smartphones, only the Note series had this feature and it recently was seen on the S21 Ultra. The smartphone will be equipped with numerous 5G bands including n2, n5, n12, n25, n30, n41, n66, n71, n77, n78, n260 and n261. In addition, the listing showed the two battery types the Fold 3 will have -EB-BF926ABY, EB-BF927ABY. The batteries in both models are 2,060mAh and 2,215mAh and collectively provide 4,275mAh. With this phone, you will be able to charge the device wirelessly at 9W and 25W by using wire.

The phone will come with a triple camera setup at the rear side; the sensors might be 12MP+12MP+16MP with a 12-megapixel camera at the front. The price tag the phone will carry is $1670.

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