The Galaxy Z Fold Three could assist S-Pen, nevertheless it doesn’t have a built-in slot

Samsung may be preparing to launch new leaflets soon. The company is committed to bringing the successors to the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Flip to market. It is said that the launch could take place as early as July. Now more details about the design of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 successor have appeared online. It should be noted that the upcoming leaflet will use the Galaxy S21 Ultra-like approach to the S-Pen.

According to a report by the South Korean outlet NaverNews, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will have S-Pen support, but no built-in slot for the pen. It is said that the original plan was to build the S-pen slot into the phone as with the Galaxy Note series. However, Samsung seems to have faced structural challenges, and a built-in slot for S-Pen is no longer feasible.

Therefore, it should be noted that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 does not have enough space for the pen. This is a similar approach that Samsung took with its flagship Galaxy S21 Ultra earlier this year. For strangers, the high-end device of the S series supports S-Pen, but there is no slot for the pen in the device. In addition, Samsung is touted for modifying S Pen technology so that the pen can be used with the upcoming foldable device.

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is said to have an LTPO screen with a camera under the display. It could have a battery capacity that is less than its predecessor, as the device supposedly contains a 4,380 mAh dual-cell battery as opposed to the 4,500 mAh found on the Galaxy Z Fold 2. According to a previous report, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be available with at least 256 GB of storage. It could run Android 11 with One UI 3.5 on top.

The concept-based rendering of the Z Fold 3 suggests that the foldable smartphone has the aesthetics of the back of the Galaxy S21 series. In addition, it should cost the same as its predecessor.

Prakhar Khanna

I’ve been in the tech industry since 2014 when I created my first blog. I worked with Digit, one of the largest tech publications in India. I am now working as a news editor at Pocketnow, where I get paid to write about cutting-edge technology. You can contact me at [email protected]

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