Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 received approval from TENAA
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, the foldable phone to be introduced by Samsung in September, managed to get through TENAA reviews. Details of 5G connectivity support were also included on the TENAA page of the device.
Tech giant Samsung recently introduced the new flagship smartphone Galaxy Note20. However, another name was presented at the event – Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. Although Samsung gave room to its new folding smartphone at the event, we can say that he did not present it.
Despite the fact that Samsung briefly mentions the hardware and some features of the device in the Galaxy Z Fold 2, the price of the device, release date and much more have not yet been provided. However, according to the company’s statement, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 was supposed to appear at a new event in September.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy Z Fold 2. According to TENAA, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 was investigated on August 11. Other information listed in TENAA included the device model number 5G connection support details.
According to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 page on the certificate website, the device will have a model number SM-F9160. If you look at other information, the new folding phone will come with dual-module 5G, including Standalone Access and Non-Standalone Access.
Note20 Samsung Galaxy Z Fold, which Samsung presented at the Galaxy 2 event, will have two different screens, one of which will be a 7.6-inch and 6.2-inch screen. The device will be sold with 12 GB of RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 + processor.