The 5G version of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip may be released later this year, according to Sammobile.
On February 12, Samsung released the foldable phone Galaxy Z Flip.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip weighs 183 grams, uses Infinity Flex display and Samsung's unique flexible ultra-thin glass (UTG), and has three colors of black, purple and gold.
It uses a 6.7-inch 2636 × 1080 resolution 425ppi OLED screen with an aspect ratio of 21.9: 9.
The Galaxy Z Flip is also equipped with a 1.1-inch OLED cover display that can highlight notifications when the device is turned off.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, equipped with 8GB memory and 256GB body storage, built-in 3300mAh dual battery, front 10MP camera, rear 12MP + 12MP dual camera combination.
Samsung made no secret of the fact that it hopes to release more 5G phones in 2020, and support for 5G networks is not limited to flagship phones, and there will be more A-series phones that will also support 5G networks in the future. Samsung hopes to bring its 5G equipment to more than 40 countries this year.
There is no definite news yet to prove when Samsung plans to launch the 5G Galaxy Z Flip and its price.