Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip and recently we heard the Korean tech giant is planning to launch a 5G version of its clamshell foldable smartphone later this year. Now a new report claims the Galaxy Z Flip 5G will come with 256GB storage.
That's the same amount the 4G model gets so it's hardly a surprise that the more premium 5G version will get the same treatment. However, the Galaxy Fold 2 is rumored to get lower base storage to bring the price down, so you never know.Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4G
The report further states that Galaxy Z Flip 5G for the global markets will sport model code SM-F707B, whereas the South Korean unit will be SM-F707N.
There's no word from Samsung about the launch of Galaxy Z Flip 5G, but it is obvious that the 5G-ready clamshell will see a limited release and only make it to markets with commercially-available 5G networks.
The division that makes the storage still has to run at a decent profit or they won't make money to develop the next gen storage. They're most likley getting the same pofit margin as the mobile division for whichever phone they're selling.