The Galaxy Z Fold3 screen is still the same size but was eventually enhanced with adaptive 120Hz refresh rate support. Last year the difference of the 60Hz external screen and the 120Hz internal screen became an issue among some reviewers. I personally don’t feel this is a big issue as I rarely use an external screen as opposed to an internal one.
Holes still exist but overall this exterior screen is gorgeous with the right color display. There is no issue to use outside either because the Samsung AMOLED panel is the best on the market so it can be used under the scorching Malaysian sunlight.
The interior screen is the real hero of the Z Fold3 series. The size is also maintained 7.6 ″ Dynamic AMOLED 2X with adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. The UTG coating is back to prevent scratches easily but Samsung has yet to be able to remove the noticeable crease effect. If you’re like I’ve been using dark mode all the time, the folds of the screen don’t look so noticeable. While watching the video also it is successfully hidden by the visuals that are being watched on the screen.
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But it’s very rare that Samsung doesn’t fix an issue; that has been a consumer grievance over the past three years. After three iterations of the Z Folding gadget and three more iterations on the Z Flip series the vengeance of the screen still exists. Add oddly when you see Huawei has already eliminated this folding issue in just two years. The Huawei Mate X2’s screen not only doesn’t have any crease effect but is also bigger.
As a company with a reputation for using the latest, most advanced; and best technology the existence of a folding screen on the Z Fold3 is quite confusing. Even more confusing is the use of under -screen camera (UDC) technology which is also backward. I understand why the selfie camera hole was replaced with UDC; but its implementation on Z Fold3 shows it is still not ready for prime time.
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