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Galaxy Z Fold 3 indeed features under-display camera, claims a fresh tip

09 June 2021 0

It is already widely speculated that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 could feature an under-display camera tech. And, now a known tipster Max Weinbach on Twitter is making a bold claim over the same. He has tweeted that he can confirm the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is indeed coming with an under-display camera (UDC) tech. He hasn’t shared more details on the same but in the comments, he has mentioned the tech implementation is going to be “good.” This means unlike what others have introduced so far, Samsung’s UDC tech could be better.

The tipster has a strong track record of revealing information on upcoming devices. So, we would like to give a smidgen of attention here. However, it is always advised to take tips and leaks as a pinch of salt until the companies themselves reveal something.

It should be noted that while many smartphone manufacturers have showcased their implementation in the UDC tech, only ZTE has made its product commercially available so far.

If so many leaks, however, to be believed, Samsung is also set to make its offering commercially available. The phone is not a concept and Samsung is highly speculated to launch it in its existing Fold series which it sells already.

It is completely unknown how Samsung has achieved this tech. A couple of days ago, another known tipster with a good track record also claimed the Z Fold 3 will feature the under-display camera but there is a major issue. Has Samsung overcome that issue or is it still resolving it? Well, we can’t comment on the same as there is no substantiality on it.



Galaxy Z Fold 3 indeed features under-display camera, claims a fresh tip
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