The forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 may be more strong than its predecessor, which recommends a report from Let’s Go Digital.
The supposition that depends on recent trademark filings. The organization has applied for a brand name for ‘Armor Frame’ in South Korea, Europe, and the US, and the publication thinks it might have something to do with the chassis of the Galaxy Z Fold 3.
Per past reports, the gadget is probably going to have a thicker UTG (Ultra-Thin Glass) than Fold 2. That is on the grounds that the phone is required to offer S Pen support and its screen should be sturdier.
The Armor Frame trademark application is flimsy on subtleties, and its short depiction just signals that it’s a new sort of cell phone frame. Samsung’s new flagship phones accompany a metal and aluminum body. Aluminum frames become more vulnerable after some time and this could be the reason why the South Korean organization is thinking about a new material for its foldable handsets.
It’s not understood what the Armor Frame is made of, however Let’s Go Digital speculates that it very well may be a military-grade material or it very well may be made of carbon or titanium, the two of which are lighter and stiffer than aluminum yet more costly.
Samsung applied for the trademark on April 13.
The organization ordinarily registers trademarks a few months prior to releasing related products. For example, it reserved UTG around a quarter of a year prior to the OG Z Flip was reported.
It’s not satisfactory if the impending Z Flip 3, which rumors say will be divulged in July close by the Z Fold 3, will likewise feature the Armor Frame, however it’s unlikely, given its price point.