Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G National Edition Certified or Adopts Qualcomm SnapDragon865 Plus Chipset

Rumours are widely reported that Samsung will launch several flagship new products in August, in addition to the Galaxy Note 20 series of smartphones, as well as the Galaxy Tab S7 series tablet, the Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch, as well as the 5G version of the Galaxy Z Flip and the second-generation Galaxy Fold folding screen smart smarter. Launched in February, the Galaxy Z Flip features a flip-up, flexible screen design with a built-in Qualcomm SnapDragon 855 plus SoC, but unfortunately doesn’t support 5G connectivity. The good news is that the 5G version of the machine has been exposed by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G National Edition Certified or Adopts Qualcomm SnapDragon865 Plus Chipset

XDA-Developers points out that the aircraft was certified by the Bluetooth Alliance (SIG) before it reached the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Telecommunications Equipment Certification Center (TENAA).

With this planned update, Samsung is expected to bring a more robust internal construction, faster 5G network connectivity, and a slight upgrade in camera specifications for the second Galaxy Z Flip flip-screen folding screen smart.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G National Edition Certified or Adopts Qualcomm SnapDragon865 Plus Chipset

On the processor side, the manifest indicates that the main operating frequency of the machine’s CPU is 3.09GHz. Given that the SnapSnapdragon 865 has a clock frequency of only 2.84GHz, this means that the Galaxy Z Flip 5G version or the more frequent SnapSnapdragon 865 plus SoC is available.

In line with earlier reports that have not been confirmed, sources said the SnapSnapdragon 865 Plus will be part of the update. The storage combination is still 8GB of RAM plus 256GB ROM, but the site image suggests a new dark gray color scheme.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G National Edition Certified or Adopts Qualcomm SnapDragon865 Plus Chipset

In terms of photography, the certification information is called the Galaxy Z Flip 5G version or a dual-camera combination with a rear 12MP plus 10MP (dual 12MP sensorfore for the first 4G model).

But given the high platform cost of the SnapSnapdragon 865, we wouldn’t be surprised if the South Korean electronics giant continues to use the SnapDragon 855 Plus chipset on the Galaxy Z Flip 5G model to lower the price.