For a long time, the upcoming expected models from Samsung (i.e., Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Fold 5) have been listed on various sites, denoting that Samsung’s new foldable flagships are in the final testing phase. Recently, we got a look at another certification that has revealed the charging specifications of upcoming models.
This morning, two new devices from Samsung got listed on 3C Certification, which carry the following model numbers: SM-F7310 and SM-F9460. As per sources, the first model number belongs to the Galaxy Z Flip 5, while the second belongs to Galaxy Z Fold 5. Both models use the same Samsung 25W charging, which carries the model number: EP-TA800.
The charger supports charging in following modes: 15W (5V/3A), 25W (9V/2.77A or 11V/2.25A), and 10W-18W (3.3-5.9V/3A). It is worth mentioning that users will require to buy the charger separately. Except for the charging info, the certification hasn’t revealed any more information.
As per previously revealed info, both Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Fold 5 will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset. The chipset is based on TSMC 4nm 2nd Generation process and features the all-new Cortex-X3 Super Core (clocked @3.36GHz) and Snapdragon X70 5G modem.
The specifications information regarding both devices is currently minimal. However, it was reported that Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 would feature a larger 3.2 inches secondary screen that would show notifications and be used for minor operations like quick settings, music changing, and related stuff.
It would feature the same 10MP in the single punch-hole of the display. Further, it will feature waterdrop hinges (based on Samsung’s new technology) for a better folding experience.
Regarding the Galaxy Z Fold 5, it is reported to feature the exact 6.2 inches external display as in the predecessor model. It was also revealed that external and internal displays would support a 120Hz refresh rate. The camera specs are also expected to remain the same, like Galaxy Z Fold4’s setup.
The launch of Samsung’s new foldable flagship devices is expected to happen at the end of July 2023 or early August 2023.