Samsung is preparing to unveil its latest smartphone, the Galaxy Z Fold 5, and is currently adding the finishing touches to the device. As part of this process, Samsung is using benchmarking platforms to optimize its performance. Recently, the global variant of the Galaxy Z Fold5 appeared on Geekbench, a popular benchmarking platform. As expected, the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, coupled with 12GB of RAM, and will run on the latest Android 13 operating system.
This is actually the second time a Galaxy Z Fold5 has been spotted on Geekbench, with the first sighting believed to be a North American model. The new Galaxy Z Fold5 is set to be released alongside the Galaxy Z Flip 5 at the end of July. One exciting feature of the Galaxy Z Fold5 is that it will have a seamless foldable design, meaning there will be no gap between the two parts of the phone when it is folded. Additionally, it is expected to be slightly lighter than its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Fold 4, and may offer improved dust protection and an enhanced camera.
The model number of the device spotted on Geekbench is Samsung SM-F946B. According to the benchmark results, the single-core performance of the device achieved a score of 1845, while the multi-core performance scored an impressive 5083.
The Galaxy Z Fold5 will run on the Android 13 operating system and features a motherboard referred to as “Kalama.” The device’s chipset is based on the ARM and ARM v8 architecture style. Samsung’s mobile chipset will be equipped with 8 cores, and the processor will have a base frequency of 2.02 GHz. However, during demanding tasks, the processor can reach a maximum frequency of 3.36 GHz.
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 promises to be an impressive smartphone with powerful performance, a seamless foldable design, and notable improvements in various aspects compared to its predecessor.