Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 reappears on Geekbench, but this time it’s global

At its Samsung Unpacked event in Seoul, Samsung is prepared to introduce its forthcoming and new foldable smartphones, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and the Galaxy Z Flip 5. These new foldable will be available for purchase from the 11th of August, 2023, in the US and Canada. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 model has been discovered on the Geekbench website recently as part of its testing phase before its scheduled debut globally.

Earlier in March, the USA model of the Galaxy Z Fold 5’s first benchmark was discovered. Now according to the reports from SamMobile, this new worldwide model performs worse on a single core than the US variants. According to the listings from Geekbench, Android 13 will be installed rather than Android 14 out of the box on the Galaxy Z Fold 5 at launch. The One UI 5.1.1 version that should be running on the device.

It earned 1845 points in single-core testing, and in multi-core testing, it scored 5083 points. Expected features with the screen size of a 7.6-inch QXGA+AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, and the presence of One UI 5.1.1 it is expected to receive more reliable features that were meant for the foldable ones. Based on Samsung’s existing software strategy, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 will be qualified for four significant Android OS upgrades in addition to security updates for five years.

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But we should wait with patience to see that Samsung is free to astonish us by extending the policy to five significant Android OS upgrades for both the foldable Z series. One UI 5.1.1 software for the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5 is being developed by the firm regularly and is based on Android 13. Both phones’ software and hardware will be improved up to launch time so that they perform equally well everywhere.

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