Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy Z Fold 2 at the Unpacked event on June 5. This is the successor to the Galaxy Fold launched last year, with a new camera system, a larger external screen, and a hole-punch camera that offers a more elegant and seamless look than the original version.

However, shortly after Samsung announced the Galaxy Z Fold 2, famous designer Ben Geskin gave a vision of what a successor to the Galaxy Z Fold 2 could look like.

After the success of the Galaxy Fold, Samsung has launched the next version of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 with many upgrades, improvements, and screen fixes. So there is no doubt that the smartphone manufacturer from Korea will release the Galaxy Z Fold 3 in the near future.

Smartphones with foldable screens are gaining popularity, with many of the most advanced technologies available. Therefore, Samsung may continue to improve design and new technology on the Galaxy Z Fold 3 like the camera in the screen - a technology that is being cherished and developed by many smartphone manufacturers.


The famous designer Ben Geskin recently posted the first concept photos of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 with a larger screen, thin bezels and most importantly, the selfie camera hidden in the screen.

Earlier, Mr. Ross Young - founder of research firm Display Supply Chain Consulting and DisplaySearch, said Samsung is in no hurry to implement this technology.

He confirmed that the Korean smartphone maker will not include in-display camera technology on the next generation Galaxy S, be it the Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30. However, Samsung left the company bringing this advanced technology to its future flagship Galaxy Z Fold 3.


Note that this is just a concept photo designed by Ben Geskin, not a leaked image of the Galaxy Z Fold 3. No one knows what the iPhone X will look like a few days before Apple officially announced and this is same thing with Galaxy Z Fold 3..
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