Last month, Samsung released a new ad focusing just on its upcoming smartphone, the Galaxy Z Fold 3. The video entitled “Life Opens Up With Galaxy” runs for 53 seconds of fast-paced action seen and experienced through the screen of this much-anticipated foldable smartphone.
While earlier in June, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 was expected to come at the end of August, a report by FrontPageTech has emerged and it claims the mass production of the phone has already begun.
As we’ve learned so far, the smartphone integrates a 6.21-inch display that will open up to a more tablet-sized screen measuring 7.55 inches. Powered by a 5nm Snapdragon 888 chipset, the phone will have 256GB of storage and will run on Android 11 and One UI 3.5 – making it easier for the users to navigate it. We also know the device will come with S Pen support and a slot of sorts that will make it easier to carry around.
According to the same source, Samsung has ordered the production of 50,000-70,000 units of Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3, aiming to produce approximately 7 million units of both devices.