Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 Will Use New Processor

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3
Share – Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 is likely to be launched on the Galaxy Unpacked which will be held on April 28. Although it is still a rumor, there is already leaked information about the processor that will be used.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3, “Top Secret” Processor

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3.

The report shared by leaker kawakan, @Universelce via a tweet on his Twitter account. He said the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 will have a Top Secret” processor. This has led to speculation that this new processor might exceed the capabilities of the Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100.

For information, Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100 are already being used on several smartphones today. Samsung itself uses this processor for the Samsung Galaxy S21. Meanwhile, Xiaomi uses Snapdragon 888 on the Mi 11. As such, the two processors do not qualify as “Top Secret” chipsets.

Likely the “Top Secret” processor is the upcoming Exynos 2200. However, considering the Unpacked show is not long before, it seems unlikely that Samsung will launch a chipset in less than a month. However, it will be a different story if the Galaxy Z Fold3 is not announced at Unpacked this month.

Previously, the Galaxy Z Fold2 was launched in September 2020. If Samsung wants to continue the tradition, then the Galaxy Z Fold3 should be launched in September 2021. The company also has enough time to prepare the Exynos 2200.

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Apart from the above, there have been many leaks about the specifications of the Galaxy Z Fold3. sprung up. One of them is the presence of the S Pen which will make the screen design stronger. It is known, the screen size consists of a 7.5-inch main screen and a 6.2-inch outer screen. With a trimmed screen and battery, it’s likely that the Fold will be sold at a more affordable price this time than its predecessor. However, so far not a single leak has been confirmed by Samsung.



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