According to @evleaks, the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 will support the S Pen stylus. The new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will also support the S Pen stylus. The inside screen adopts perforated or under-screen camera (based on perforated camera under Samsung screen), side fingerprint, rear three-camera and folding design.
The image shows the dedicated Galaxy Z Fold 3 S Pen with the words “Fold Edition” quoted on the side, which otherwise appears to be the same as the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra S Pen.
But it doesn’t have a slot, so the S Pen is bigger than the Galaxy Note’s. For now, the slot design remains unique to the Note series, at least until the series continues to be axed (there’s no new Note this year, but there may be one next year).
In addition, FCC documents also confirm that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will support the S Pen and UWB.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 appears to be an upgrade from its predecessor in terms of appearance. It still has a dual rear camera but a vertical orientation, a larger screen and a color scheme similar to that of the W21, but with a slightly less impressive texture.
As previously reported by igeekphone, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will support 9W of wireless charging, 25W of wired quick charging, and a built-in dual-cell 4,275mAh battery. In other news, the phone will support 5G and millimeter-wave 5G and the N260 and N261 bands, and is expected to be officially released in July-August.
In addition, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, code-named “SM-F711U,” was certified at the same time. The phone doesn’t say it supports a stylus or UWB, but it still supports millimeter-wave 5G. This product supports 9W wireless charging and 15W wired charging, with a battery capacity of 3273mAh.