Benchmark tests confirm that Galaxy Fold will come with Snapdragon SoC

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Last month Samsung launched the Galaxy Fold which is one of the kind foldable phone. Samsung didn’t disclose the majority of the specs of the device and was fixated on the fact that it’s the first foldable device. While Huawei made sure that Galaxy Fold wasn’t the only foldable phone, Samsung did got some first mover advantage.

Samsung has a history of launching two variants of the flagship devices- one with Exynos and another with Snapdragon. We have seen it do the same with Galaxy S10 but it looks like Samsung might go with just one variant for Galaxy Fold. The device as it is is very expensive so Samsung is going with just Snapdragon 855 as the early benchmarks confirm. According to Geekbench, Samsung Galaxy Fold scored a single-core score of 3418 and multi-core score of 9703. Samsung already mentioned that Galaxy Fold will come with 12 GB of RAM and should support 5G as well.

The Galaxy Fold is expected to release on April 26 and will be sold in South Korea and the US. Samsung has promised availability in all the major markets later this year.

Via: AreaMobile

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