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Galaxy Z Fold3 Devices Now on Remote Test Lab

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Are your apps ready for the recently unveiled Galaxy Z Fold3? For your app to work seamlessly on foldable devices, it will need to correctly handle App Continuity and Flex Mode.
With Remote Test Lab, you can test your apps on a real Galaxy Z Fold3. To begin, create an account or login on Samsung Developers, and then visit this link to access the Galaxy Z Fold3.

Other recent devices, such as the Galaxy Tab S7+, Galaxy S21 Ultra, and Galaxy Note20 Ultra are also available on Remote Test Lab.

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