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Galaxy Z Fold 3 camera specs leak suggest in-display camera

12 May 2021 0

Samsung's next-gen premium foldable smartphone Galaxy Z Fold 3 has surfaced in a new leak. The latest leak talks about the device's camera specifications and features. The most important thing to note is that Samsung is tipped to offer an under-display camera sensor with the Galaxy Z Fold 3 smartphone.

The leak is coming from a Twitter user @FrontTron who tweeted that Galaxy Z Fold 3 will have five camera sensors in total. There will be three rear cameras and two front-facing cameras. The back cameras are said to be 12-megapixel sensors which are expected to wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and telephoto. It is the front cameras that will definitely catch everyone's attention.

It is reported that a 10-megapixel Sony IMX374 sensor with 1.22µm pixels size will be available within the punch-hole on the cover display. There will also be a 16-megapixel Sony IMX-x71 sensor with 1.00µm pixel size which is said to be the under-display camera on the internal display. This will result in a full view display with no punch-hole or notch to ruin the viewing experience.

This is what is known about the Galaxy Z Fold 3 camera specs for now. If we talk about other leaks, the foldable should have a 7.5-inch main internal display and a 6.2-inch external cover display. There are speculations that we might see support for the S Pen stylus which Samsung has been expanding beyond the Galaxy Note lineup. Most recently, we heard about Samsung's plans to release the phone alongside the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy S21 FE sometime in the month of August.


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