An inside source revealed to SamMobile some key details about Samsung's upcoming foldable phones - likely named Z Flip2, and the Galaxy Z Fold3.
The report mentions the handsets' model numbers - SM-F926 for the Z Fold3 and SM-F711 which is attached to the Z Flip's successor. Both devices are said to run One UI 3.5 out of the box suggesting that the release dates are scheduled for the second half of this year. Historically, the new UI version is announced alongside the Note-series, which debut in the second half of each year.
Lastly, the Z Fold3 is believed to offer 256GB of storage while the Z Flip2 will come in 128GB and 256GB flavors.
Everyone be complaining about in-built storage but really when do you fill it up? SD cards should be a priority cause they are way more durable than a phone.
Outside of Tech-enthusiasts barely anyone uses more than 128 let alone 256(I can vouch for 2 families I live with, several coworkers and friends) With the Z Fold, maybe. Zflip 2, not really a big deal
256GB is barely sufficient in 2021 - but I don't store my critical files in internal storage anyway. Samsung will be making a grave error if the Z Fold 3 does not have a microSD slot for external storage.