Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G receives Bluetooth SIG certification
The news now is that rumors that there would be a 5G version of the Galaxy Z Flip seem to be solidifying, as it ends up with Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G receives Bluetooth SIG certification
The Galaxy Z Flip follows the wave of mobile phones with folding screens that was a sensation last year, other models that we can mention are the Samsung Galaxy Fold, Motorola Razr and the Royole FlexPai.
While some models were somewhat disappointing – Razr costing 1500USD and with intermediate chipset, complicated huh Motorola? – and some broke in the first weeks of use, others like the Galaxy Z Flip had a lot less problems and ended up going “under the radar” of many after a few months of launch.
The news now is that rumors that there would be a 5G version of the Galaxy Z Flip seem to be solidifying, as it ends up receiving Bluetooth 5.0 certification by the Bluetooth SIG agency.
What has changed?
If we disregard the addition of 5G networks and the new Bluetooth 5.0 standard … we don’t know. Unfortunately these certifications are very specific and do not reveal many – in fact almost none – details of the device (s).
I put an s at the end of the last ones in the top paragraph because the novelty is that we will have at least 6 different models of the Z Flip that has the new 5G bands. The models listed by the website are as follows:
- SM-F707_ SPR
The SM-F707B model even showed up on the Geekbench a few days ago, something that also reinforced its arrival with the new Snapdragon 865 processors. The information comes from Nashville Chatter and the model scored 970 points on Single-core and 3220 points in Multi-core.
The launch of the 5G version with the new Qualcomm processor is expected to happen on the 5th of August, and if everything continues to go well for the South Korean giant the date should solidify.
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