In February, Samsung released a Galaxy Z Flip folding screen smart device with a Qualcomm SnapDragon 855 plus chipset, but regrets not using a 5G modem. A few months later, we finally learned about the company’s upcoming 5G derivative. According to the XDA-Developers, the machine’s authentication code is SM-F707B. In addition to confirming earlier speculation, Samsung is also likely to launch another SM-F707N model in South Korea.
As with the 4G models already available, the 5G Version Of Galaxy Z Flip folding screen smart is expected to come with at least 8GB of RAM plus 256GB ROM, with color schemes or new brown options.
In addition, the SM-F707B will be equipped with the same 15W quick charge adapter as the 4G version, as can be seen from the 3C certification information.
If all goes well, it is expected to be unveiled during the Unpacked hardware launch in August. It is not known whether the 5G version of the Galaxy Z Flip will use the latest Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 chipset.