The coming Galaxy Z Fold5 and Galaxy Z Flip5 US versions have surfaced in a pair of Geekbench entries, and we now have proof that both will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy chipset. This is the same SoC featured in the Galaxy S23 line, and it has marginally faster CPU and GPU cores than the standard SD 8 Gen 2 chipset.
Geekebnch test for Galaxy Z Fold5 (SM-F946U)
In the single-core test, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 (SM-F946U) scored 2,030 points, and in the multi-core category, it scored 5,213 points. The Galaxy S23 series phones have marginally lower ratings, hovering between 1,500 and 4,900 points, than these ones. The Z Flip5 used in the evaluation has 12GB of RAM and runs Android 13.
Geekebnch run for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 (SM-F731U)
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 (SM-F731U) scored 2,030 single-core points and 5,213 multi-core points while using the same chipset as its bigger foldable brother. According to the ad, the clamshell foldable has 8GB RAM and also runs Android 13. Samsung’s newest line of foldables is anticipated to go on sale in August.