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Samsung Couldn’t Completely Hide Galaxy Z Fold3 Under-Display Camera

Samsung is all set to unveil the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 today. The company is also expected to announce Galaxy Watch4 Classic and Galaxy Buds2 at the Galaxy Unpacked. The event will go live at 11 PM KST (7:30 PM IST) and will be streaming live on Samsung’s official website and YouTube channel. The Galaxy Z Fold3 is said to have an under-display selfie camera, which might not be so impressive for you.

A leaked image shared by a reliable leaker Ice Universe gives us a closer look at the Galaxy Z Fold3’s hidden camera. In the image, we can easily see the location of the hidden selfie camera. It seems like Samsung could not able to develop a good under-display camera solution that can match the pixel brightness, pixel density, and colors around the hidden selfie camera to the remaining portion. 

Xiaomi’s CUP technology used in Mi MIX 4, which was launched yesterday, appears much better than what Samsung has used in Galaxy Z Fold3. The Mi MIX 4 does not reveal the under-display camera location, even when the device gets tilted. It will be interesting to see how good is Galaxy Z Fold3’s selfie camera is in terms of picture quality. 

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G specifications (rumored)

Galaxy Z Fold3 render

Galaxy Z Fold3 5G is said to feature a Dynamic AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate support on the inner and outer display. The outer one may have a 6.2-inch screen with 832×2,260 pixels resolutions protected by Gorilla Glass Victus. The inner display might have a size of 7.6-inch and a resolution of 1,768×2,208 pixels. 

The outer display is expected to be a punch-hole style 10MP selfie shooter. The hidden camera on the inner side is said to have a 4MP resolution with an f/1.8 aperture. Around the back, it will have a triple camera array, all sensors are 12MP. The primary sensor has Optical Image Stabilizations (OIS). 

The Galaxy Z Fold3 will be powered by Snapdragon 888 SoC paired with 12GB RAM and 256GB/512GB internal storage. It may pack a 4,400mAh battery with 25W wired charging support and wireless charging too. The phone is likely to arrive in India for around Rs 1,35,000. 

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Vicky Kumar is a close follower of tech -- especially when it comes to smartphones and likes to write about new and upcoming phones (which is why we hired him). When not rambling tech, you will find him watching cricket highlights.
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