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The display of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is damaged by a normal S Pen

نمایشگر گلکسی زد فولد ۳ با قلم S Pen معمولی آسیب می‌بیند

The “Galaxy Z Fold 3” clamshell phone with its remarkable specifications has finally been introduced. According to informed sources, using a regular S Pen for Samsung’s new folding flagship will damage its display. This phone also has the ability to support three SIM cards in some parts of the world.

Samsung has unveiled its much-anticipated clamshell phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 3. While the Fold series phone supports its own S Pen, it is better not to try a regular pen on it. Although this clamshell phone is also compatible with the S Pen Pro, the use of another device pen due to its tip design can cause Permanent and physical damage Folding screen of Galaxy Z Fold 3.

The news comes as Samsung uses a new protective layer for the Fold 3, claiming to increase its durability by up to 80% compared to the previous generation. However, the main problem goes back to the design of ordinary S Pen pens, because the S Pen Pro and S Pen Fold Edition have a special tip design that is not seen in previous models.

The tip of the new pens is softer, but the most important aspect is the mechanism of their tip retraction. The new mechanism ensures that the tip of the pen does not damage the folding plate when applied during use. So using old S Pen pens could potentially damage the display of Samsung’s $ 1,800 clamshell flagship phone.

Furthermore It seams In addition to the camera under the screen of the phone, Samsung has also focused on smaller details. Because unlike the first two devices in this series, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 uses two physical SIM card slots, which also includes an eSIM. So technically, users can use three different SIM cards in this phone, although only two of them can be activated at the same time.

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