We knew there was a 5G variant of Samsung’s new vertically folding Galaxy Z Flip clamshell was on the way after it’s first images leaked earlier this month on the internet. Now, today we have an entire leaked video and a set of rumours about Our latest Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip.
i’m 100% sure it might be ready for Samsung’s upcoming August 5th Galaxy Unpacked event.
Honestly, it looks like the same folding phone before we have, but this latest one comes with a faster processor and 5G.
Based on Evan Blass’ video on twitter — which shows the phone from practically every angle . It looks practically identical to the original LTE version that went on sale on February 14th. The only differences other than 5G technology support and a new “mystic bronze” color. According to XDA-Developers’ Max Weinbach, is that it will be oh-so-slightly taller and thicker, and be powered by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 865 Plus chip. There is a small spec bump over the Snapdragon 855 Plus that came in the original.
So for the Z Flip 5G, the ONLY part that changes is the SoC. It's the Snapdragon 865+. The cameras stay the same at 12MP and 12MP. Same sensors too. Display is the same. Software is One UI 2.5 which is mostly unchanged. Hole is the same size. Battery is the same size.— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 10, 2020
I'm only tweeting this because a, I found it all in a thing that's public that I won't mention quite yet and b, I saw some rumors of a 10MP ultrawide and I just wanted to say this is not true unless Samsung is cropping the sensor to 10MP instead of 12MP.— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 10, 2020
Our new phone may also have the same size battery, according to Weinbach tweets, which makes us wonder how long it might last on a charge. Because the original wasn’t a battery champ, and now it’ll reportedly have 5G and a faster processor to power as well.
What chipset is in samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G?
Chinese telecommunications certification centre TENAA previously corroborated that the phone would likely have the Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset and the Wireless Power Consortium also listed a “Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G” as a phone that would support wireless charging too.
So it sounds like that is probably the name, and your wireless chargers will keep working for this also. In comparison, 5G network might be the flagship feature here on new Samsung galaxy z flip. Still, 5G network phones have a ways to go before they have become to the normal in society. Although 5G mobiles can make downloads faster and cloud services respond quicker — depending on the type of 5G — there are many tradeoffs like how much 5G phones cost and whether you’ll be able to find a signal easily.