Samsung is expected to officially launch the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 in the coming weeks. The two devices are the successors of the Galaxy Z Flip (5G) and Galaxy Z Fold 2.
There have already been many leaks on both foldable, but now the devices have also reached the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) approval authority in the United States. The published documents provide clarification of both products.
The Federal Communications Commission not only confirms the model number SM-F926x but also provides a diagram with the approximate design, although it should be mentioned here that the diagram does not match the dimensions of the actual product 1: 1.
FCC has also confirmed Galaxy Z Fold 3 compatibility with S-Pen. Nearly two months ago, a video from the Galaxy Z Fold 3 was released which showed an S-Pen. The new approval authority documentation now confirms that the Fold 2 successor can finally be used with a pen.
Consequently, Samsung seems to have brought significant improvements to the stability of the screen. There is also talk of UWB support, NFC, Wireless PowerShare (9 watts), Wireless Charging and MST. It is further mentioned that Fold 3 supports the “Qualcomm Smart Transmit” feature. This means that a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor works inside.
The information about the Galaxy Z Flip 3 is not too different from the Galaxy Z Fold 3. However, the Z Flip 3 (SM-F711x) does not support an S-Pen. The charging speed of Wireless PowerShare at 9 watts is exactly the same as that of the successor Fold 2.
Now, it’s only a matter of a few weeks before the South Korean company introduces its new foldable smartphones to the public.