It looks like promotional marketing videos of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 have extensively leaked, with video and images emerging.
So, what do we have?
Galaxy Z Fold 3:
First the back of the phone:
Then there’s the under-display camera showing in a pic:
And finally a glimpse of the S Pen:
Other details include specs notes for the inner and outer displays of the fold to be 120Hz refresh rates, while colors include gray, black, white, and beige.
Over on the Flip 3:
This gif gives most of the detail away:
What’s most interesting:
👉 Google could be working on UWB support for Pixel 6 (Android Authority).
👋 The long-awaited Clubhouse Android app gets closer (Android Authority).
🍎 Kuo: Reliable analyst details Apple’s foldable iPhone plans in 2023, including 8-inch QHD display when unfolded. Bonus talk about Apple’s “silver nanowire touch solution,” already in the HomePod (Android Authority).
🩸 Apple Watch could get blood sugar monitoring in 2022 thanks to a UK tech deal — the long-held understanding around an Apple Watch with blood sugar monitoring gained more credibility, with the company confirming Apple has been its biggest customer for two years. Also, blood alcohol levels? (Engadget).
🍏 Today, Apple and Epic head to court in Oakland over their slices of the app pie (NYTimes).
🔑 iFixit drilled a key ring hole into one of Apple’s AirTags in its latest teardown (The Verge).
🧠 Co-founder of brain implant startup Neuralink leaves Elon Musk’s company (Engadget).
🤖 VW will design its own chips for self-driving cars, taking a lead from Tesla and Apple (Engadget).
🚀 Four astronauts make first nighttime landing in the ocean since 1968 (Ars Technica).
🥽 The army’s new night-vision goggles look like technology stolen from aliens (Gizmodo).
⚛ High-energy cosmic ray sources get mapped out for the first time (Wired).
🚁 The Mars Ingenuity helicopter’s fourth flight went well, so now it gets another month of operation to help guide Perseverance — if it can survive the cold (NASA).
🍔 “Employees of Mcdonalds, what secrets did you discover while working there?” (r/askreddit).
Tristan Rayner, Senior Editor