The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 is nearly ready for unveil and Samsung is now putting the finishing touches on it. Part of that is fine-tuning its performance through benchmarking platforms.
Today, the global variant of the Galaxy Z Fold5 has shown up on Geekbench. As expected, it runs a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip with 12GB of RAM, and Android 13.
This is the second time we've seen a Galaxy Z Fold5 on Geekbench, the first was reportedly the North American model.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 is coming alongside the Galaxy Z Flip5 in late July. It will have a new gapless hinge that will allow the phone to close down flat. It will be slightly lighter than the Galaxy Z Fold4, will possibly have higher dust protection, and very likely improved cameras. Here's what we know so far.
Man rumors here rumors there. All any and every hype is talked a lot about. Like oneplus of old times when they litterary NEVER SETTLE. Can you say that again and nowdays??? Of course you cant because from one or two phones a year it went ...
I don't know what distorted bubble you're in. The only thing talked about in smartphones these days are foldables.