In keeping with its custom, Samsung is anticipated to reveal its fifth-generation foldable in August of this year. In the past, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 has been the focus of many alleged leaks and speculations.
Now, the United States-specific variant of the flexible phone has been discovered on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. It exposes the essential aspects of the device’s specifications.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 is identified on the benchmarking database with the model number SM-F946U. The motherboard with the codename ‘kalama’ is described as having three cores clocked at 2.02GHz, four at 2.80GHz, and a primary core clocked at 3.36GHz. Also Read – Samsung launch new robots and jet vacuum cleaner in India
The flexible phone is said to have 12 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM), and its release will likely bring additional RAM and storage configurations. Regarding the operating system, it comes pre-installed with Android 13 OS.
In the single-core and multi-core tests conducted by Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 achieves ratings of 2,014 and 5,022 points, respectively. Besides this one piece of data, this is the only information that can be gleaned from the benchmark collection.
Based on the information that has surfaced in the past, Samsung will outfit the Galaxy Z Fold 5 with a new screen technology and a water droplet hinge technology. It is anticipated that the new joint will result in a reduction in the distance that exists between the panels when they are folded. Also Read – Galaxy A54 5G Hands-On: Samsung’s Cheap Phone Gets a Makeover
According to rumors, it will carry only 254 grams, significantly less than the Fold 4’s weight. According to recent stories, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 will sport an imaging system with a 50-megapixel primary camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 10-megapixel telephoto unit.