The South Korean giant Samsung is all geared up to launch its Galaxy Note 20 lineup next month along with its 5G foldable smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. We haven’t seen many leaks regarding the 5G foldable smartphone, but thankfully now we know the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Flip smartphone.
According to a report by MySmartPrice, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip surfaced on the FCC certification platform and China’s TENNA certification website. Also, the FCC certification for the SM-F707B variant of the Galaxy Z Flip 5G contains a bunch of documents, including the specifications of the upcoming smartphone. So, let’s discuss these documents in a bit of detail.
The first document contains three screenshots of the upcoming 5G foldable smartphone. Starting with the first screenshot, we have settings menu of the smartphone, which is a standard Samsung setting UI that we have seen in a bunch of Samsung devices. Second, we have the About phone info of the smartphone in which we can see the model number of the smartphone, the SM-F707B. Third, we have is the Status menu of the smartphone, which shows that it supports 15W charging.
The second document includes the EMC report of the smartphone, which shows that it has been used for testing and manufactured in Korea. Meanwhile, the third document contains information regarding dual-band Wi-Fi ax and more.
Now, let’s talk about design. According to leaked renders, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will feature a clamshell design with a punch-hole display inside. There will also be a physical fingerprint scanner along with the volume rockers on the right side of the device. Also, there’s a small display next to the camera on the outside.
However, we will have to wait for Samsung to drop an official launch date for the Galaxy Z Flip and the Note 20 lineup. So, till then, stay tuned for more updates.