Samsung’s MWC event is just around the corner but most of its surprises seem to be spoiled. We already knew much about the Galaxy Fold 3 and the Galaxy Flip 3, but we weren’t properly sure what they’d look like. That’s changed.
Spying on the Galaxy Fold 3
A couple of much more official-looking images have dropped online, thanks to Evan Blass (otherwise known as EVLeaks on Twitter). The Galaxy Fold 3 looks about how you’d expect, in that it’s a flat slab with a hinge in the middle. A follow-up image shows an S Pen and a more subdued camera bump than we’re used to from Samsung.
The Galaxy Flip 3 shows more of a redesign, as was seen in the very low-quality leaked images from May this year. The device looks a little more unisex this time around, and it looks a little larger than its predecessor.
There’s not too much known about the internals of either phone, but the Fold 3 should ship with an under-display camera and Corning’s Gorilla Glass Victus in place. We’re also not sure when it’ll launch but previous rumours suggested a June reveal and Samsung’s got a 28 June MWC event happening, so…
Source: Evan Blass