Though foldable phones seem to be the current trend, Samsung is up for something else. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 are here— two foldable smartphones of course, with immaculate design, and a whole set of brand new features. These phones cost $999 for the Z Flip 3 and $1,799 for the Z Fold 3, which are lesser than its predecessors.
At its recent Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung has made other announcements as well. The $149 beefy Galaxy Buds 2 come with a lightweight design and active noise cancellation. The new Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, arriving as a fully potential competitor to the Apple Watch, was claimed to have ample wellness-minded features.
The foldables offer water resistance and robust hinges, body and display. The latest Fold comes with a 7.6-inch Infinity Flex display, which is a 29% increase in brightness compared to the Fold 2, and a much rapid 120Hz refresh rates on both the main and cover screens.
As the Fold 3's design was largely focused on productivity, the ability to take notes on one screen while connected to a video call on the other screen could be enabled. Fold 3, thinner and lighter starts at a more affordable price point. Colors include Phantom Black, Phantom Green and Phantom Silver.
The Watch 4 costing around $250, Watch 4 Classic around $350, and $150 Buds 2(in colors of graphite, olive, white and lavender) can now be preordered.