The first Galaxy fold is more like evidence of concepts, indicating that the folding cellphone can actually be done at all. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is a refinement, handling a lot of resilience and pain point of usability from its predecessor. If rumors are targeted, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 may very well give another milestone in a folded telephone dream. However, one prominent feature is almost like a good feature that doesn’t need it, while potentially better, it might still disappoint those who like to take selfies or live with video chat.
To be honest, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 sounds almost like a series of compromises to accommodate new features. In particular, the addition of the pen may have experienced a reduction in the internal space in turn, resulting in shrinking the appearance and battery. That said, if the pen will be an external accessory, that the reason turns on the window completely.
The next Samsung folding phone, however, has other features that are reportedly possible or may not excit fans. Even though the company has long worked on under-display cameras, it can debut technology first at Galaxy Z Fold 3. Giving the world’s first UDC review on ZTE AXON 20 5G, which might not be compelled.
@Ice Universe does offer some comfort in claiming that the transmittance of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 or Under-panel camera will be more than 40%, indicating that it is higher than used by ZTE. In short, this means that it will be able to let more light through the display and to the camera, which in turn means that the camera will be able to produce better images. This will make it almost proportional to the front camera facing forward behind the punch-hole cutout.
Unfortunately, Tipster also follows him by saying that the display area on the camera will still have a pattern like a mosaic that will distinguish it from the rest of the screen. It is a consequence of technology that cannot be avoided, at least for now, but fortunately it is not too striking unless you see carefully. Hopefully, it will actually be better than Axon 20 5G, even if it’s far from perfect.