Samsung has been making headlines for the launch of its upcoming foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Galaxy Z Fold 3. In addition to a plethora of existing leaks, the latest one hints at the price of the foldable phone in the Galaxy Flip range. Also Read - Samsung cuts production of TVs, home appliances
By the looks of it, there are chances that it could be the most affordable foldable phone yet. Here’s a look at the details. Also Read - Samsung introduces 200MP camera sensor with small pixels allowing you to take movie-like cinematic footage
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 price leaked
As per the known tipster Tron, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is expected to start at $999, which translates to around Rs 73,000. If this is true, it will safely become the first inexpensive foldable smartphone to fall under Rs 1,00,000. The maximum price could be $1,199 (around Rs 88,000) and is also way below the standard price for foldables. Also Read - Samsung Australia fined $9.7 million over false water-resistance claims
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— Tron ❂ (@FrontTron) May 5, 2021
While this isn’t “affordable” by affordable standards, it certainly decently priced as opposed to the Galaxy Z Flip 2 5G and many other foldable devices that start at $1,499, which is over a lakh.
In addition to this, the leak also hints at the device’s launch date. As rumoured previously, the Galaxy Z Flip 3 could launch in August, August 3 to be precise. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 could tag along too.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 expected features, specs
While we lack concrete information, the Galaxy Z Flip 3, much like its predecessor is expected to come with a clamshell design. As per the leaked renders, the device will get a 1.83-inch AMOLED secondary display (larger than the previous model) on the outer side, along with dual cameras.
The smartphone is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip. Although, it could be a different SoC too.
It could come with up to 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, improved cameras, and a bigger battery with dual-cell and made in China. The phone is most likely to run Android 11 with Samsung One UI 3,1 on top.
As a reminder, we don’t know anything official to back the aforementioned details yet. Hence, take them with a grain of salt. We will update you with more information when we get some. Hence, stay tuned.