Samsung is reportedly planning to launch its next-generation foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5, at the Galaxy Unpacked event in South Korea next month. While the company hasn’t announced anything in detail, the global variant of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 has now been listed on benchmarking website Geekbench, revealing some specifications. It is known that it will come with Android 13 operating system instead of Android 14. Let’s find out what other information about the phone has come out from the benchmark platform.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 spotted on Geekbench site
As reported by SamMobile, the global variant of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 has been listed on Geekbench’s database with the model number Samsung SM-F946B. In terms of benchmark results, this foldable smartphone scored 1,845 points in the single-core test and 5,084 points in the multi-core test. The Geekbench listing also revealed that the Galaxy Z Fold 5 will run on Android 13 OS, with Samsung’s new One UI 5.1.1 custom skin on top. The phone will use an octa-core processor, with the prime core clocked at 3.36 GHz, while the remaining three cores run at 2.02 GHz and four cores at 2.80 GHz.
Samsung’s report also states that Samsung will provide four major Android OS upgrades and five years of security updates to its new foldable phones. Notably, the Geekbench listing indicated that the global variant of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 has a lower single-core performance score than the US variant.
It should be noted that the price of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 has also been leaked recently. Its 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant is expected to be priced at EUR 1,299 (roughly Rs. 1,16,254). However, last year the same 8GB RAM + 128GB storage model of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 was launched in Europe at a price of 1,099 Euros (approx. Rs. 98,200).