Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 renders appear in new color variants

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Samsung’s next foldable device, the Galaxy Z Flip3 phone which is expected to come out in August along with the Galaxy Z Fold3, it will be released as the successor to last year’s Galaxy Z Flip 5G. A leak by GizNext has shared new renders of the Z Flip3 to reveal its design and color variants.

Source: GizNext

The new leaks show the device in dark green hues, light violet, beige, grey, black, pink, dark blue, and white. According to prior reports, the Galaxy Z Flip3 can be seen featuring a dual-tone color scheme.


As witnessed in the new renders, the top portion of Galaxy Z Flip3’s back panel is in black, while the remaining part has a different color. The upper portion houses a vertical dual-camera unit and a larger secondary display. Upfront, the Z Flip3 has a foldable screen with a tall aspect ratio and a centrally aligned punch-hole camera.


The Galaxy Z Flip3 will be coming in a 6.7″ screen with a 10MP front camera and an in-display fingerprint scanner. It will have a pair of 12MP rear cameras. The size of Z Flip3’s secondary screen is rumored to be increased to 1.83″, Samsung has not made it clear on as to if the Galaxy Z Flip3 will be a flagship or a midrange chip. The phone could be available 128GB and 256GB storage choices. Equipped with a 3,300mAh battery with support for 15W charging, the device will be available from a price of $999(74,235 INR).

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