Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G appears on Geekbench, confirms use of new chipset


The next Samsung Unpacked is still a few weeks away, but leaks on the Galaxy Z Flip 5G have already been appearing recently. Previously, it was just small reveals like the name and colours. Now, the device has also appeared on Geekbench and confirms some of the device's specs.

Benchmark results for a Samsung SM-F707B, which we already know is the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, were found on Geekbench. Based on the motherboard name, we can confirm that the phone will come with a Snapdragon 865 chipset that is paired with the Snapdragon X55 chip for 5G connectivity. Additionally, it'll have at least 8GB of RAM and runs on Android 10.


Speaking of the OS, the Samsung Galaxy could also be using the upcoming OneUI 2.5 as the user interface, according to GSMArena. It's also expected to come with the same 15W charger that the Galaxy Z Flip did. Overall, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G is going to be mostly similar to the standard Galaxy Z Flip. We may see more RAM and storage, but that's about it.

With that said, would you be more interested in buying the 5G variant over the standard one if it comes to Malaysia? Let us know on our Facebook page and stay tuned to for more updates on this device.