Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 (aka Galaxy Z Flip) Passed 3C Certification


Samsung Galaxy Fold 2

Currently, there are a few folding screen smartphones available on the market. But the most attraction grabbed the Samsung Galaxy Fold. It was the first mass-produced model. And though the Huawei Mate X comes with identical look and features, seems Samsung is more successful in this field. Of course, with the official launch of the Moto RAZR folding screen smartphone, everything may change. But at the moment, Samsung’s dominance is out of doubt. Moreover, seems the second generation of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is already ready to hit the market.

Today, we learned about a new Samsung phone, which has got a 3C certification. We are talking about a phone with a model number of SM-F7000. And as many guess, this is the same Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, which is also known as the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. As the name suggests, it will offer another type of folding structure, just like the RAZR.

Galaxy Fold

Anyways, the 3C document proves there will be a 15W charger inside the box. Thus, the next-gen Samsung folding smartphone will not be able to achieve ultra-fast wired charging.

Note: All Galaxy S20 models are expected to have 25W charging capabilities. But this feature may not be available on the company’s second foldable smartphone. 15W isn’t fast enough.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 To Come With 45w “Super” Fast-Charging

The price of the Galaxy Z Flip is expected to be less than $1,000. So it will definitely attract more users than the original Galaxy Fold. Buy the way, according to the current data, there are more than 500,000 people using the $2,000 Galaxy Fold.

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We are waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 (aka Samsung Galaxy Z Flip) on February 11.

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