If you're in the market for a foldable phone, you can't do much better than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3. It's quite expensive, but it offers a unique experience and is widely considered one of the first foldable phones to really get it right.
Folded, the device offers a surprisingly respectable 6.2-inch OLED display with admittedly lackluster 2268×832 resolution. Unfolded, the Z Fold3 boasts a whopping 7.6-inch OLED display with the improved 2208×1768 resolution. Both offer 12oHz, which is always great for that smooth scrolling experience.
There's is no crease, but it's certainly less pronounced than previous models', which could be easily seen from space.
Naturally, the Galaxy Z Fold3 has some serious brawn to go with its brains. It uses Qualcomm SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and a very healthy 12GB of RAM. It also has a large 5000 mAh battery and has 45W fast charging.
Despite the foldable design, you're still getting the impressive cameras expected from Samsung, including another 108Mp main rear sensor and 10Mp periscope and telephoto options, along with the 12MP ultrawide lens. Around the front, you get a single 40Mp selfie camera.
If the Galaxy Z Fold3 sounds like the kind of phone you need, you'll need to pay upwards of $1,799.
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