Samsung Galaxy Z Flip6 and Galaxy Ring Certified by the FCC


Samsung is gearing up to introduce new foldable smartphones pretty soon. Furthermore, the Galaxy Ring, announced through a teaser, should hit the shelves later this year. Presumably, both devices will be officially launched at the same Galaxy Unpacked, which should occur in July or August. Today, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip6, the company’s next clamshell foldable, and the Galaxy Ring received FCC certification. The popular regulator revealed their battery capacities in the process.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip6 and Galaxy Ring Have Been Certified

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip6 will keep the dual-cell battery arrangement, something needed in this challenging form factor. Each battery will be positioned on one of the phone’s sides, offering a total combined capacity of 3,790 mAh. Of course, the battery will be labeled as 3,800, 3850, or even 3,900 mAh typical capacity. The rated battery capacity of 3,790 mAh already means an upgrade over the Galaxy Z Flip5 and its 3,700 mAh capacity. It’s not a huge leap, but it shows that Samsung is working hard to bring this phone close to what we currently see on smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip6

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Unfortunately, Samsung will keep the 25W charging limit for its foldable smartphones for another generation. The Korean brand keeps its conservative approach to fast charging, and we won’t see the foldable getting the 45W charging from the Galaxy S series this year. The Galaxy Z Flip6 was also spotted on Geekbench with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC and 8 GB of RAM. The Camera FV 5 database also confirmed the smartphone with a 50 MP main camera with f/1.8 aperture.

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When it comes to the Galaxy Ring, the certification confirms it will come in multiple sizes ranging from 5 to 12. The Sizes 5, 6, and 7 will have a 17 mAh battery. The 8, 9, 10, and 11 will have an 18.5 mAh battery. The size 12 will house a 22.5 mAh battery. The Galaxy Ring will also support Bluetooth LE and Bluetooth 5.4.

While these batteries sound tiny, keep in mind that these devices are more for health tracking. We don’t know exactly all the features that will be offered by the Galaxy Ring. However, we do know that Samsung’s Health feature will greatly benefit from this new kind of wearable.

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