The Samsung Galaxy Fold is bringing a 5G variant to the table.
A recent leak discovered by My Smart Price has revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Fold has a 5G variant that was just certified by the FCC. According to reports, the model was filed back on April 25, and the certification was approved on June 3.
What is EMC?
EMC stands for Electromagnetic Compatibility Test. It ensures that the subjected device doesn’t emit excessive electromagnetic energy to cause or receive interference to/from other devices.
The rollout of the previous Galaxy Fold was delayed by the company back in April. This was because the review units failed to work as planned. The key folding display was fragile. Hence, the company worked on making the product more durable before handing it out to the public.
The Samsung Display, Vice President, made an announcement last week saying that this delay will soon be coming to an end. Even though the official said that the issues “have been ironed out, and the Galaxy Fold is ready to hit the market,” there is still no word on its release date so far.
Compared to the 4G model of the Galaxy fold which packed dual-SIM via a physical Nano-SIM and an eSIM, the 5G variant packs the same in a single slot. The new variant houses a battery of 4235 mAh. The battery capacity and connectivity are the only differences between the two models, and all other features remain identical.