For all the multitasking prowess and sheer productivity potential Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Fold 3 offers, there’s something about the just-announced Galaxy Z Flip 3 that’s got me even more excited. Maybe it’s the look. More likely, it’s the larger outer display that’s so much more practical and useful than the original Flip.
Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888, has robust 5G support, and is IPX8 water resistant — so it can survive a swim. Like last year, Samsung is including a pair of wide and ultrawide rear cameras around back. Both are 12-megapixel sensors, with the standard camera offering an f/1.8 aperture, optical image stabilization, and the ability to record HDR10+ video.The primary 6.7-inch, 22:9 display has been upgraded from 60Hz and now has a smoother 120Hz adaptive refresh rate that adjusts automatically to optimize battery life. There’s still a selfie camera cutout at the top of the screen. The company have improved durability of the device by improving the protective layer which covers the ultra-thin glass.
In fact, the cover screen is now big enough that you can use it as a viewfinder when taking selfies. Samsung says it can be used for video recording and vlogs. You can also access Android’s quick settings or use Samsung Pay from the cover display. What's more? I am in love with the Flex mode concept. Can't wait more for a hands-on review.
What do you like the most about the device?
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So what is it going to be for you, the Galaxy Z Flip3 or the Galaxy Z Fold3?
All of those😎😎