Samsung has a bunch of new foldable smartphones lined up for this year. One of them is the all-new Galaxy Z Fold 3, which has just appeared in leaked images showing a new design and S Pen support, a first for a foldable phone.
There are three leaked images in total and the first shows a new camera design for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. The upcoming foldable may have a vertical triple camera setup in the corner right above an LED flash, but this time in a thin oval-shaped cutout.
There have been many reports over the past pointing at S Pen support for the Galaxy Z Fold 3, and today’s leak aligns with those reports. The next image shows the S Pen being used on the foldable smartphone, which would be a first for foldable phones since they generally have weaker screens.
Clearly, this also hints at a more durable screen for the Z Fold 3, perhaps a newer generation UTG (ultra-thin glass).
Another highly interesting feature coming up with the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 could be an under-display selfie camera. This would be another first for a foldable phone and it is also a relatively new technology in the smartphone industry. Many phone makers are still yet to introduce under-display cameras to their phones.
This could also mean that the Z Fold 3 will be priced much higher than its predecessors for all the new technology, hardware, and S Pen support. However, this hasn’t been confirmed. We’ll know more in the next month before the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 launches in July.