Galaxy Z Fold3: a new leak purports to spill detailed camera specs for the upcoming foldable
Samsung's upcoming foldable flagship is thought to be called the Galaxy Z Fold 3 (or probably Fold3), and to be the first of its line to rock 120Hz panels on both its front cover and main ~7.5-inch flexible AMOLED display. The latest leak purports to confirm another potential world-first for the device.
This would be an upgrade to an under-display camera (or under-panel camera (UPC), as Samsung is said to call it), for that primary display, as opposed to the punch-holes or blocky inclusions of previous generations. According to the leaker Tron on Twitter, this concealable shooter will have a Sony sensor with a pixel size of 1 micron (μm) and a resolution of 16MP.
The tipster also asserts that the Galaxy Z Fold3's secondary screen will have a 10MP, 1.22μm-pixel Sony IMX 374 sensor, which might live in a punch-hole in that case. Tron was less precise about the device's rear cameras: they are apparently to be triple 12MP sensors, which may well mean they will not deviate hugely from those of the Fold2.