Galaxy Z Fold 3 will run on old Qualcomm processor

Qualcomm recently launched it’s new top-end Snapdragon 888 Plus chip, but as it turns out, Samsung’s next foldable smartphone won’t get it.

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 has appeared in the Geekbench benchmark database with model number SM-F926U. The report says that the device will run on a regular Snapdragon 888 processor, and not on its overclocked version. In addition, the new product will ship with Android 11 and 12 GB of RAM. By the way, they say that a version with 16 GB of RAM may also enter the market.

Recall that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be equipped with two AMOLED screens with different diagonals and a frequency of 120 Hz. Also, the novelty is credited with the updated UTG (Ultra-Thin Glass) glass, a dual battery, a triple main camera and a subscreen front camera.

The announcement of the device will take place in early August. The smartphone will be shown along with the “clamshell” Galaxy Z Flip 3 and other new products.

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