The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 stands out for its folding screen design, but is that enough for gaming? In order not to repeat everything about the device, I will only go over what the execution of video games will involve. That means that we highlight the 6.7-inch Full HD + AMOLED 2X Infinity Flex Display screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The processor is Snapdragon 888 5G 8-core with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while the operating system It’s Android 11 with One UI customization layer.
Among other details, the fingerprint reader is on the start button, it does not come with a Jack port, the SIM tray is only for a chip, the charging port is USB-C and the weight of the device is 183 grams.
An honorable mention deserves the Game booster. From the application, we put all the settings to the maximum and we recorded the screen so that you can review the graphic details with great comfort.
For this recording I played for almost an hour and the battery went from 85% to 59%.
GALAXY Z FLIP 3 | Gaming test
GALAXY Z FLIP 3 | Performance
The processor is Snapdragon 888 5G 8-core with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and we put all of this to the test in Geekbench to have a better comparison. The phone scored 3,548 points in Multi-Core and 1,034 in Single-Core. In both cases, the phone considerably outperforms the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G and the Poco F3. The encryption looks good and the experience goes through the same … or at least almost. The software feels fluid, I haven’t had a problem with concurrent tasks and such; however, there is an issue with the heat. When you do things that take time, for example, a video of several minutes or just playing, the heat can be annoying. At least the heat is concentrated underneath the camera module and the hinge.