- A host of new renders of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 have leaked.
- The images showcase the phone’s rumored colorways and redesigned elements.
- Interestingly, the renders do not include the S Pen.
We’ve already seen purported promo images of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 this month. But a new set of renders now seemingly confirms the device’s design and colorways.
Published by 91Mobiles, the new renders were obtained from an “industry source” and echo the design showcased by the first high-quality images shared by Evan Blass. This includes the smaller, redesigned rear camera array with a flash module below.
We do get a better glimpse of the phone’s other angles, too. The front of the phone is mostly covered by its outer screen, bar a sliver of visible hinge. Speaking of the hinge, it seems Samsung will reuse the system it first employed on the Galaxy Z Fold 2. The right side of the phone also features a capacitive fingerprint sensor and a volume rocker.
Per this leak, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be available in black, dark green, and pearl white colorways with a matte finish.
One notable omission from these renders is the S Pen. It was initially believed that Samsung would offer the stylus with the phone. However, its absence from these renders suggests it may be an optional accessory. These renders also highlight the lack of a visible S Pen slot.
These renders come hot on the heels of a big Galaxy Z Flip 3 render splash and an FCC listing. All these details point to the imminent launch of Samsung’s next foldable phones.