The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Three could also be lots cheaper regardless of main upgrades

Alleged renders of Samsung’s next foldable clamshell – the Galaxy Z Flip 3 – surfaced online earlier this week, giving us a glimpse of a revamped design that actually looks quite neat. Now, a new leak suggests that Samsung will be a little too aggressive with the cost of its next foldable device and will actually be offering it a lot cheaper than its predecessor. According to Leakster @FrontTron, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip costs just $ 999.

However, the leakster also states an upper limit of $ 1,199 for the Galaxy Z Flip 3. If the leak actually turns out to be true, it would mean a decrease of about 30% compared to the Galaxy Z Flip 5G it was launched on. Even if the Galaxy Z Flip 3 debuted at $ 1,199, it would still mean a hefty discount of around $ 250. So what corners will Samsung trim back to bring the price down?

$ 1199 maximum, I understand

– Tron @ (@FrontTron) May 5, 2021

As mentioned in a previous report, the Galaxy Z Flip 3 does not have a flagship processor. It looks like Samsung is replicating what Google did as Big G went with the mid-range Snapdragon 765G processor for the Pixel 5. However, it is unclear whether Samsung will equip the upcoming clamshell foldable with an Exynos SoC or a Qualcomm processor.

With the renders leaked, it’s inspiring to see that Samsung is finally going to fix a blatant problem with its clamshells – the tiny cover display that had little to no use. According to the recent leak, the Galaxy Z Flip 3 will not only redesign the corner camera island and get a fresh pop of color, it will also equip it with a much larger cover display.

Photo credit: Twitter / @TheGalox_

Samsung will reportedly use the Corning Gorilla Victus to protect the Galaxy Z Flip’s cover display. In addition, the company is expected to deploy an improved version of its ultra-thin glass (UTG) solution and improve the functionality of split-screen multitasking in flex mode using two apps.

Nadeem Sarwar

I’ve been writing about consumer technology for over three years, having worked with names like NDTV and Beebom in the past. Leaving the latest news aside, I’ve checked out my fair share of devices that range from smartphones and laptops to smart home devices. I’ve also interviewed tech managers and appeared as a moderator on YouTube videos talking about the latest and greatest gadgets.

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