Last week, it was reported by Ice Universe on Twitter that Samsung’s upcoming clamshell foldable phone the Galaxy Z Flip3 was going to arrive with the same 15W charging capacity as the original Galaxy Z Flip. A recent 3C certification entry for the Z Flip3 now refutes this.
The 3C certification shows that the Z Flip3 with model number SM-F7110 is associated with the EP-TA200 and EP-TA800 chargers. It’s unclear which one the phone will actually come with, but this does confirm that the Z Flip3 will be compatible with the faster charger of the two. While the EP-TA200 is the Adaptive 15W charger, the EP-TA800 is a 25W charger that will also be pre-packed with the Galaxy Z Fold3.
This entry into the 3C is different than the one we saw back in May. Though it was the same model number SM-F7110, there wasn’t any mention of the EP-TA800 charger we now see in the recent 3C certification.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 alleged renders
Samsung’s new foldables will be announced at the company’s unpacked event on August 11.
Yeah, they call A flip 5g and it's been released for a year.
So what if it’s just 25W? 25W is adequate for me. This phone will be nice after all, unlike the A and FE series from Samsung.