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Samsung gears up for Galaxy Unpacked with a new Galaxy Z Fold3 certification

The Galaxy Z Fold3 might look like this. (Source: 91 Mobiles)
The Galaxy Z Fold3 might look like this. (Source: 91 Mobiles)
Samsung has long been rumored to introduce its 2021 flagship foldable as the Galaxy Z Fold3. Now, a telecomms regulator has inadvertently revealed these leaks to be true in approving it for sale in Thailand. Meanwhile, another tip purports to confirm the device runs on Android 11.

Samsung called its current flagship foldable the Galaxy Z Fold2, and is rumored to keep the motif going for this premium device's successor. Now, Thailand's National Bureau of Telecommunications (NBTC) has reportedly confirmed this by certifying a 2021 device from this OEM.

This documentation is for a Samsung SM-F926B - or Galaxy Z Fold3 5G. Therefore, it now seems it will definitely be unveiled under this name. Then again, this new leak does not reveal much else about the upcoming super-flagship. Then again, it has also allegedly popped up in a test of its ability to use HTML5.

This new report is based on a screenshot of the same SM-F926B, achieving a score of 525/555 in the test. It apparently used Chrome 87 to rack this score up, while running on Android 11. Therefore, we know now for sure that the Galaxy Z Fold3 will have 5G mobile data that can support up-to-date protocols, at least.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-07-11 (Update: 2021-07-11)