There have been speculated renders to what the next foldable from Samsung might look like. Above is a render created by LetsGoDigital about what the Galaxy Fold 3 might look like.
Based on the design, there appears to be a larger secondary display that has a horizontal orientation instead of vertical. The phone may be made in a matte-glass finish. From the looks of it, it bears resemblance to a Google Pixel phone from the rear. The render also shows a dual camera at the back and a punch-hole notch at the front. Because it is a flagship, there is also an expected Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection, and the render shows it by making the screen reflective.
In addition to the renders, there is also what appears to be an early commercial for the Z Flip3. According to LetsGoDigital, the 1.83in. AMOLED secondary display can display full-text notifications, as well as a music player. It may also be doubled for selfies.
Previously, the Z-Flip had a dual camera arranged horizontally, in a similar fashion to the iPhone 7 Plus or OnePlus 5. Now, the cameras are arranged in a vertical manner and has a striking resemblance to LG Velvet cameras, or the Galaxy S21 series.
In related news, according to SparrowNews, the sibling of the Z Flip series, the Galaxy Fold, is said to come with an invisible under-display camera. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 is expected to debut early July. So far, no other details have been reported yet, that also includes the main screen, processor and camera specifications.