Samsung’s next flagship smartphone could land soon, as the company has reportedly started mass production of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 components. This isn’t the whole phone that’s being mass produced yet then, it’s just parts, but this still suggests the Z Fold 3 might land before too long.
Indeed, Roland Quandt (a reputable leaker and writer for WinFuture, where this information was shared), claims that this suggests Samsung will launch the Galaxy Z Fold 3 in the next two to three months, so probably sometime between late July and early September.
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