Samsung has made real progress in the field of the folding clamshell smartphone. This Galaxy Z Flip 3 is undeniably better than its predecessor in almost every way. Unfortunately, he still sins in terms of autonomy. Blame it on a battery of limited capacity, and use of the cover display – honored by Samsung – still too limited. Despite everything, with a floor price of around 1000 €, this Galaxy Z Flip 3 could more easily attract users looking for a design model, and who would be ready to succumb to the folding … as long as the autonomy is not at their eyes a determining criterion.
- Compact and pleasant format
- External screen (which however remains limited)
- Quality Oled slab
- Top-of-the-range performance
- Greatly improved daytime photos
What might hold you back
- Photo set back at night
- Limited autonomy and slow charging
- No charge block in the box
Despite its very similar appearance to the Z Fold 2, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 brings significant improvements to its predecessor. The smartphone gains in power thanks to its Snapdragon 888 chip, benefits from a reassuring IPx8 certification, to say the least, and is entitled to two very good screens. The folding panel that is hidden inside the device is embellished with an under-screen camera which is certainly a technological demonstration more than a useful option, but also the welcome support of the S Pen. We can certainly regret that this stylus must be purchased in addition, that the autonomy of the whole is behind compared to the Z Fold 2 and that its photo component remains below the peaks of the moment. But as it stands, the Z Fold 3 is undoubtedly the most successful folding model from Samsung, despite its lower price if we compare it to that of the Z Fold 2. Above all, it stands out as a real good smartphone. , at least for those who seek to find the practicality of a mini-tablet on a daily basis.
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