Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy S21 FE software development started, says tipster

Just recently, we encountered a fresh leak that revealed Samsung started the development of the next version of the One UI for its next folding and Fan Edition smartphones, which could be launched in the second half of this year.

And, a reliable source just exposed that the Korean tech giant has started the software development for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy S21 FE. Moreover, the same source said that both of these smartphones could be introduced at similar times.

However, we know that Samsung has another clamshell foldable handset in the pipeline while the recent leak via Max Weinbach suggests there’s no information available for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 yet.

According to his Twitter post, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 bears model number SM-F926U and the Galaxy S21 FE carries model number SM-G990U. Other than this, the tipster has not revealed more information about the features, specs, or design of these models.


Aside from this, reports disclosed that Samsung is reducing the battery capacity of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 to bring it S Pen support. Furthermore, it was also said that the next foldable phone will feature a slightly small cover display compared to the Galaxy Z Fold 2.

Still, the South Korean phone maker has not announced anything about these phones while they are expected to be released within August/September this year. You should stay tuned with us, we’ll keep you informed when we get more data on this story.

This is our very first and early look at the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE!

Recently, a well-known tipster has brought us our very first and early look at the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE by sharing a handful of high-quality renders. By taking a look at these images, this device features a Galaxy S21 like design, a vertically placed triple rear camera setup alongside an LED flash on the right side, and more. Read More Here


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