A new leak may confirm the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip's 8GB of RAM and Snapdragon SoC
Samsung is expected to reveal the Galaxy Z Flip as its second foldable phone at its upcoming flagship launch. This event will take place on February 11, 2020 - or just over a week from now. It may unveil a clamshell phone that, like the new Motorola Razr, opens to reveal a flexible screen. This phone may have similar internals to that of a 2019 premium device, a point that may be corroborated in the Z Flip's latest leak.
This new potential spoiler comes in the form of a new Geekbench 5 listing for a "samsung SM-F700N", a novel model number that may refer to the upcoming foldable. The leak gets more plausible as one goes through its contents: it is described as running Android 10, having 8GB of RAM and a processor listed as "msmnile".
This is the Snapdragon 855's well-known code-name, and can also refer to its variant the 855 Plus. The "SM-F700N" also has 1 set of results on this benchmark that match up quite well to a Galaxy S10 also found on this system. This hints at a version of One UI that is well-optimized for its form-factor. Therefore, the Z Flip may be reassuring responsive when its next-gen activation method is used.