Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G support page goes live as it gets certified by TENAA


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G has been in the news for quite some time now. There are even rumours that the device will be launched on August 5. The Korean giant has now floated the support page for the device on its official website in Korea, supporting speculations that the launch may be near.

The Galaxy Z Flip 5G appears on the website with model number SM-F707N. From previous reports, this is likely the South Korean version of the foldable smartphone. Unfortunately, no detail is contained on the listing but we don’t have to wait for too long. The clamshell foldable phone has also reportedly been certified by China’s Telecoms regulatory body TENAA meaning it will launch din China at some point. The TENAA page isn’t live yet but the specs was shared by Weibo tipster Digital Chat Station. The TENAA versionhas the model code SM-F7070 and going by the listed specs, it features a 1.05-inch secondary screen and pack two batteries – 2500mAh and 704mAh – as opposed to the single 3,300 mAh battery on the 4G variant.

The specs shared y Digital Chat Station shows the model will pack a Snapdragon 865+ SoC and 6.7-inch primary AMOLED display of 2636Ă—1080-pixel resolution. The secondary screen will have a 300x112p resolution. Furthermore, the camera is bumped up to a 12MP main shooter from 10MP. The device bears the same form factor with its 4G sibling.



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