Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3’s Latest Update Brings Portrait Mode for Pets, October Security Patch


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

Samsung is finally rolling out the latest update for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 to markets other than the US, as reported by SamMobile, with the update featuring the firmware version number F711BXXU2AUJ7.

The update brings with it the security patch for October 2021, alongside multiple additional patches that are from the South Korean smartphone giant.

What Does the Latest October 2021 Update Bring to the Galaxy Z Flip 3?

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Leaks

When it comes to the list of new features, users residing in Poland and Germany have mentioned that the update is bringing a new additional portrait mode aimed at pets.

According to a changelog posted by u/MehdiMa0507 on Reddit, “Portrait mode now works on cats and dogs with both the front and rear camera.”

Apart from this feature, the size of the build, which is around 780MB suggests that there are other performance and stability related fixes and updates that are coming to Z Flip 3 users. Users can check for the same by going to Settings and then heading to Software update on their phone.

What Else Do We Know About the Device?

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

In August of this year, the South Korean tech giant released the much-anticipated Galaxy Z Flip 3. This is the second generation of Samsung’s flip-style folding screen smartphone.

Moreover, we are talking about one of the most powerful foldable handsets on the globe. It came with a starting price tag of $1,000. Thus, the Flip 2 was available at a much lower price than most of its rivals.

Recently, the phone  got a huge price cut and has become even more competitive. Now, you can grab it for only $849.99 from Amazon’s online store. This is a direct $150 price cut, which is the lowest in the phone’s history.

In comparison to the first generation, the manufacturer has improved the secondary screen. Plus, it has put a lot of effort to make the appearance better. However, we should point out that it has shorter battery life.

The main selling point of the phone is the 6.7-inch AMOLED screen. It can fold in half when the device is shut. The main screen supports 2640 x 1080 pixels (FHD +) resolution and refreshes rates up to 120 Hz.

The screen is protected from mechanical damage by a special Corning Gorilla Victus. That’s not difficult to guess that there is a secondary screen as well.

It has a 1.9-inch size. The latter displays notifications, calls, and other information without opening the phone. This display has a way lower resolution. The front shooter has a 10MP resolution, while the camera module on the back uses two 12MP lenses.

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