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Which of these Galaxy Z Fold 3 colors is your favorite?
- Dbrand has shown at least some of the Galaxy Z Fold 3’s color options ahead of launch.
- Black, green, and silver appear to be your main options.
- Samsung may announce the foldable phone on August 11.
Colors are a big part of any Samsung phone launch, and that appears truer than ever for the expected Galaxy Z Fold 3 debut this summer. Phandroid reports that Dbrand may have already revealed the next-gen foldable phone’s color choices through a product page, giving you an idea of what to expect if you buy Samsung’s technological showcase.
Samsung is shaking things up this time around, provided Dbrand’s images (and past leaks) are accurate. Instead of having to choose between black and bronze colors like with the existing model, the Z Fold 3 will come in a forest-like green, silver, and the familiar black. They’re not ostentatious hues, but they’re certainly more interesting if you want to flaunt your premium device.
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The device skin maker hasn’t confirmed that this is the final Z Fold 3 design, so you might not want to base your purchasing decision solely around this page and the colors you see. However, the form factor lines up with what Samsung teased in a promo video earlier in July. If so, you can expect a new triple camera array and a familiar-looking external display.
Earlier rumors have hinted the Z Fold 3 would come with S Pen support, Ultra Wideband, and reverse wireless charging. Many expect Samsung to ship the foldable Galaxy with a Snapdragon 888 (or 888 Plus) chip inside, although we wouldn’t count on a rumored under-display selfie camera.
You might know the full story of the Z Fold 3 and its colors at a widely expected Unpacked event on August 11. For now, though, we have a simple question: which color is your favorite? Do you want the subtlety of black, or a a slightly flashier option like green? Let us know in the poll below and in the comments.