The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G has received Bluetooth SIG certification and seems to be close to the sale. Previous reports said that this phone may be announced on August 5 along with the Galaxy Note 20 series and Galaxy Fold 2. At the moment, the expected release date is August 20. The Bluetooth SIG certification also shows multiple models of the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, indicating that it will be sold via different carriers in the United States.

It is said that the SM-F707B model is prepared for AT&T, SM-F707U corresponds to T-Mobile, and SM-F707U1 and SM-F707U_SPR are provided to Sprint. In addition, another model, SM-F707W, is said to be planned to be launched in Canada.

The certification does not disclose any information about the specifications and features of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G phone. Recently, there have been rumors that it may be equipped with a 256GB of internal storage space and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chipset. By the way, the first generation of Fold uses Snapdragon 855+ SoC. In addition, it is said that it will also carry a 3200mAh battery and support a 15W fast charge.

Samsung is expected to reveal more information about the device at the online Unpacked event in August.

However, today, a Weibo blogger disclosed some information concerning this handset. Its reliability is yet to be confirmed. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G uses a 6.7-inch 2636*1080 foldable AMOLED perforated screen + 1.05-inch 300*112 AMOLED secondary screen. Under the hood, it should host a 3.09GHz clock speed version of the Snapdragon 865 Plus. It uses a front-end 12MP + rear 12MP + 10MP dual camera solution. At the same time, it adopts 2500mAh+704mAh dual battery solution. As said, it supports 15W fast charge. The body size is 167.3*73.6*7.2mm and the weight is 183g.


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