Galaxy Z Fold 3’s zoom camera won’t impress, but ultra-wide camera will be better

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is expected to offer various improvements over the Galaxy Z Fold 2, including a thinner and lighter design, a faster processor, and S Pen compatibility. Its camera setup is rumored to remain largely similar to its predecessor, and the phone might not impress most consumers. A new leak has now revealed the full camera specs for the Galaxy Z Fold 3, highlighting its improved ultra-wide camera.

Specifications, features of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 camera

According to the prognosticator @FrontTron, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 has a 12MP + 12MP + 12MP triple camera setup on the back. Its main camera would use the Sony IMX555 (1 / 1.76 inch) sensor with dual PDAF (phase detection autofocus). The 12MP telephoto camera uses Samsung’s own 3M5 (1 / 3.6 inch) ISOCELL sensor with a 2x zoom lens and PDAF. The 12 MP ultra-wide camera uses the ISOCELL 3L6 (1 / 3.2 inch) sensor with PDAF.

The ultra-wide camera’s autofocus mechanism should deliver sharper images. It also helps the sensor to double as a macro camera. This is similar to the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s ultra-wide camera, but the Galaxy Z Fold 3 uses a smaller sensor. Still, there will likely be improvements in image and video quality, thanks to autofocus.

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 has two selfie cameras: a 10MP camera (Sony IMX374 1 / 3.2 inch) on the cover screen and a 16MP sub-screen camera (Sony IMX471 1 / 3.09 inch) hidden under the cover. foldable screen. None of these front cameras appear to have autofocus. However, all of the foldable smartphone’s cameras will likely support 4K 60fps video recording.

We think Samsung could have used a better telephoto lens in its next foldable flagship. Are you satisfied with the Galaxy Z Fold 3’s camera specifications? Let us know in the comments section below.

  • Model: SM-F926B
  • Dimensions: : xx mm
  • Display: 7.6 inch / mm dynamic AMOLED 2X
  • CPU: Snapdragon 888
  • Camera: 12MP

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