Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 certified by 3C with 4,275 mAh battery

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy foldable device appears to be inching nearer to its release date. The latest news comes from China, where the alleged Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 received its 3C certification. The certification details that the upcoming ZFold device will have a dual-battery system, totaling 4,275 mAh of battery capacity.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 certified by 3C with 4,275 mAh batteryThis battery system consists of two individual battery cells (2,215 mAh + 2,060 mAh). The dual cell system distributes the batteries’ weight across both halves of the foldable phone. Looking at these numbers, the Z Fold3’s battery capacity is lower than the Z Fold2’s 4,500 mAh total capacity. The reason for the tighter capacity is speculated to be due to the new device’s more compact form factor.

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The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 is reported to arrive with an IP water and dust resistance rating and with a model number SM-F916. Recent reports point to a launch date for two foldables in July. This may include both the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 and the Galaxy Z Flip2 (or Z Flip3). This contrasts with earlier reports that Samsung may launch four foldables in 2021 and that they’d launch later in the year.

Other rumors about the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold3 speculated support for S Pen input (albeit without a slot to store it in), and that it might have a smaller external display than the Galaxy Z Fold2’s. It was also reported that the Z Fold3 would arrive with 256GB of storage while the Z Flip2 would arrive in both 128GB and 256GB configurations.


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