Geekbench confirms a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and 8 GB of RAM for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G
Samsung is expected to refresh its foldable smartphone roster in August, with a 5G version of the Galaxy Z Flip set to join the Galaxy Fold 2 and Galaxy Note 20 series at a Galaxy UNPACKED event scheduled for August 5. Last month, Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) claimed that a Galaxy Fold Lite or Galaxy Z Flip Lite would contain a mixture of "2018/19/20 parts", with the Snapdragon 865 being one of these components.
Now, such a device has appeared on Geekbench. Although we can only find one instance of the device on Geekbench, screenshots uploaded by MySmartPrice and Nashville Chatter Class suggest that the device has been benchmarked at least twice. Listed as the Samsung SM-F707B, Samsung recently certified this as the product name of the Galaxy Z Flip 5G.
The SM-F707B or Galaxy Z Flip 5G has a "kona" motherboard, which is the codename for Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 chipset. The SM-F707B also has 8 GB of RAM, but Geekbench has not revealed the capacity of the device's built-in storage. It is unclear whether Samsung has made any design changes for the Galaxy Z Flip 5G. However, Samsung is expected to sell the device in three colours, including a new brown hue.