Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip3 has just recently passed through China’s TENNA which revealed details about the battery capacity and dimensions of the upcoming foldable phone. Now, the American variant of the Z Flip3 has appeared in Geekbench. The benchmark run reveals that the SM-F7110U is running the Snapdragon 888 chipset and at least 8GB of RAM.
The Geekbench 5 score came in at 1,015 for the single-score and 3,161 for multi-core. Unsurprisingly, the Z Flip3 tested is running Android 11 with Samsung’s One Ui layered on top.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 renders
Samsung’s expected to announce the Z Flip3, along with the Z Fold3 and Galaxy Buds2 during an August 11 launch event.
this is my replacement of Note20U, i didn't keep Flip1 because it was pathetic (camera subpar, mono speakers, low freq display, slow cable+Qi charging etc). But i'm hoping they fix this. We'll get - much faster phone than Note20, lik...
I've already said, I own a Z Flip. I bought it at launch almost 1.5 years ago. The screen looks as new. The whole phone looks as new, in fact. If you get dirt all over yourself all the time, there are plenty of things you shouldn't own...
Internet is sadly a place like that even by today. Just ignore it, foldables will get better by the time thanks to beta testers like him, and then people like us should get it.
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