The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 is close to the start and is apparently already in the final tests. Part of this is fine-tuning the performance using benchmarking platforms like Geekbench. That’s where the global variant of the Galaxy Z Fold5 made its first appearance today.
As expected, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset powers the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5. The tested Samsung cell phone also had 12 GB of RAM and ran Android 13. This resulted in an improvable single-core performance of 1,845 points and a multi-core value of 5,083 points. This is the second time we’ve seen a Galaxy Z Fold5 on Geekbench. The first time it was supposed to be the model for the North American market.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 starts at the end of July together with the Galaxy Z Flip5. It will feature a new hinge that no longer has a visible gap and allows the phone to close flat. It will also be a little lighter than the previous Galaxy Z Fold4 and, for the first time in a Samsung foldable, will not only be protected against water but also against dust. Samsung has also reportedly revised the camera setup, but in some cases only with new software and not with new sensors or lenses. There is even a first official picture of the upcoming foldable flagship. In addition, there are already the first rumors about the prices.