Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 Leaks Shows How You Can Store S Pen
The latest Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 leak reveals how you can store the S Pen for the foldable smartphone, and it might be what you expected given how they’ve implemented it outside of the Galaxy Note series.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 S Pen Storage
Few upcoming foldable details.
– 6.7″ internal / 1.9″ cover displays
– 12MP x2 (rear) / 10MP (selfie)
– 7.6″ internal / 6.2″ external displays
– 12MP x3 (rear) / 10MP (cover selfie) / 4MP (main selfie)
– 2 optional S-Pens (Pro and Fold Edition)
Both phones IPX8 pic.twitter.com/lPm60yCzvt
— Evan (@evleaks) July 26, 2021
Recently, popular leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) tweeted out more details on both the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 foldable smartphones. The former has a 6.2-inch external display and a 7.6-inch main display while the latter has a 1.9-inch cover display and a 6.7-inch main display. Both devices will have an IPX8 resistance rating.
The interesting here is the mention of the S Pen, which will apparently have two different versions; Pro Edition and Fold Edition. The Pro Edition S Pen isn’t exactly new since we learned of it back during the Galaxy S21 series launch but we have no idea how different both versions are from each other.
As for how one can store the S Pen on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3, it doesn’t come with a silo for it. Instead, you will have to rely on a protective case, where it’s stored behind the hinge with a dedicated slot for it. This same case will have a flap that will reveal the external display, ensuring protection for it when not in use. The material is said to be leather, but no mention of whether it’s vegan or genuine leather.
Apart from that, we also learned of the camera setup for both foldable smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 will have a triple rear camera setup consisting of three 12MP cameras, a 10MP selfie camera when folded, and a 4MP selfie camera when unfolded. As for the Galaxy Z Flip3, it will have a dual 12MP rear camera setup and a 10MP selfie camera.
We will report more on these foldable smartphones as information becomes available, especially during Galaxy Unpacked, so stay tuned.
Pokdepinion: As someone who has been using the Galaxy S21 Ultra with the S Pen case, I think this should still be easier to hold when folded. However, I do wonder if it will feel awkward having the S Pen on the back when holding it while unfolded.