- A leak has provided video of the Galaxy Z Flip 3.
- The footage shows Samsung’s foldable from most angles, including its larger external screen.
- Samsung is rumored to launch the phone sometime in August.
You might not have to settle for static photos of the Galaxy Z Flip 3. Leaker Evan Blass has shared what appear to be official videos showing Samsung’s upcoming foldable from virtually every angle, both closed and open.
The clips are short, but provide a good sense of how the Galaxy Z Flip 3 will improve on the original model (no, there’s no Z Flip 2). Most notably, they show off the larger, reportedly 19.-inch external display and two-tone back panel — you should have an easier time checking notifications or taking photos without popping the clamshell open.
You only see a handful of the Z Flip 3 color range across the videos, including beige, black, gray, and light violet. Samsung is rumored to have dark blue, dark green, pink and white hues in development.
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If earlier leaks are accurate, the Galaxy Z Flip 3 would run on a Snapdragon 888 chip and carry a larger battery than its predecessors. There have been claims Samsung would introduce an under-display selfie camera, although that isn’t necessarily the case — the video clearly shows a cutout at certain angles.
Samsung hasn’t said much about when it might put the new Flip on store shelves. However, rumors (and history) suggest the folding phone could be introduced at the company’s near-customary Unpacked event in August. If so, you could have the phone in your hands before the summer is over.