Yesterday we learned that the Galaxy Fold Bloom was just the codename for the upcoming Samsung foldable clamshell, which will actually be called Galaxy Z Flip, starting a new product lineup. Now the highly anticipated clamshell has made its way to Chinaís 3C certification database, revealing itís coming with a 15W charger in the box. The device from this certification bears the SM-F700 model number which matches previous certification exploits.
Itís important to note that the Galaxy Z Flip will not feature the latest and greatest internal components. The device is believed to ship with last yearís Snapdragon 855 at the helm alongside a dual-camera setup on the outside and a 10MP selfie cam.
The more interesting bit, however, is the display which will allegedly feature an Ultra-Thin Glass (UTG) construction, making it the first device on the market to do so. Thatís pretty much all we know at this point.
There's also the rumors about the pricing which are centered around a $1,000 price tag but weíll just have to wait and see if that holds up. Samsung is hosting its Unpacked event on February 11 where weíll see the reveals of the new S20 lineup as well as the Galaxy Z Flip.
It folds man. Thats the point. Thats the entire point of foldable phones. Not performance. Thats what flagships stand for. Sure SD855 is outdated because its a year old But for some reason SD660 aint called out for it despite being 2.5 years Ä&p...
Probably not, but be happy with your slowass charging and outdated chipset