Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will reportedly ship with One UI 3.1.1, not One UI 3.5

Galaxy Z Fold 3 will come with One UI 3.1.1, One UI 3.5 reportedly doesn’t exist

IceUniverse clearly states that One UI 3.5 doesn’t exist, and the foldable, expected to be announced in August alongside the Z Flip 3, and possibly the two smartwatches by Samsung, is going to come with One UI 3.1.1. Currently, flagship models by Samsung, for example, the Galaxy S21 series, sport One UI 3.1. It is unclear how One UI 3.1.1 will be different from this one. Other details the leaker revealed in his Twitter post that One UI 4.0 will be tested on the S series next month, probably meaning the Galaxy S21 series will get access to a One UI 4.0 beta pretty soon. But, unfortunately, the Z Fold 3 won’t come with an impressive update over the currently existing One UI 3.1.

The Z Fold 3 is expected to announced in August, and recently, leaks have detailed almost anything there is to know about the foldable phone. We expect it to feature an under-display selfie camera, although not completely hidden, S Pen support, and the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 888.

Other Z Fold 3 specs pretty much etched in stone by now (of course, these are based on leaks, but surprises on them are highly unlikely) include at least 12GB of RAM, 256GB of non-expandable storage, a 7.55-inch inner display, and a 6.21-inch cover display. In terms of battery, the phone is expected to feature a 4,380mAh battery cell with 25W charging.

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