Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the second foldable mobile phone of the company (rumored) and its latest renders show that the smartphone will come with a clamshell-like foldable frame, a hole-punch display, and backward dual cameras. The phone has now been found on the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC), showing compatible bands of signals.
The list of bands suggests the Galaxy Z Flip may not support the 5G network. The new listing also confirms the advent of NFC support and the MST technology from Samsung Pay.
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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip’s FCC listing comes with the SM-F700U model number, and it shows the bands that the phone will endorse. The list consists of all the bands that US carriers support, including the legacy CDMA radio frequencies that Sprint users use.
The Galaxy Z Flip’s SM-F700U represents an unlocked US variant, and the list does not include 5G network bands. As already mentioned, the listing also proposes support for NFC and MST. You can see the full list of bands on FCC below.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is estimated to be priced at EUR 1,500 (about $1653) based on past data. Available in Black and Purple color options are pointed and featuring a small second screen to show time and alerts on the outer shell.
The dual rear camera setup at the back is horizontally positioned, and in the top center of the display, there is a cut out for the selfie camera setup. Key specifications include a 6.7-inch full-HD+ display, Snapdragon 855 + SoC, two 12-megapixel rear cameras in the back, a 10-megapixel selfie camera and a 3,300mAh battery.
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