Samsung is currently the world’s biggest vendor of 5G-enabled smartphones. While the company has so far launched only flagship devices with 5G connectivity, it is soon expected to launch at least two new mid-range 5G phones. Surprisingly, however, Samsung’s $1,380 Galaxy Z Flip does not support 5G.
According to a new report from SamMobile, a 5G-enabled variant of the Galaxy Z Flip is in the pipeline and will debut sometime later this year. The 5G variant of the foldable phone will only be launched in select markets, where 5G networks are live. Sadly, though, the report doesn’t confirm any other key details. It remains to be seen if the 5G Galaxy Z Flip will come with the same 3,300mAh battery as the LTE version.
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Along with the 5G Galaxy Z Flip, the folks over at SamMobile have also shed some light on the Galaxy Fold…