Samsung is due to release a pair of new foldables later this year as the successors to the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Z Flip. We’ve heard a few rumors on the Z Flip successor and now we have more substantial info regarding the device’s battery thanks to certifications from Safety Korea, 3C, and the DEKRA agencies.
It appears the next foldable clamshell in Samsung’s Z-lineup will have a dual battery design as listings on Safety Korea reveal pictures of the two cells bearing the EB-BF711ABY (2,370 mAh) and EB-BF712ABY (903mAh) model numbers.
The total capacity rounds out to 3,300mAh which matches the original Z Flip and the Z Flip 5G. Based on this info we can assume Samsung will house the larger battery cell at the bottom of the devices while the smaller one will reside in the top half.
The Z Flip successor is believed to carry the SM-F711 model number and will allegedly offer a 120Hz AMOELD display and narrower frame. In addition we’re expecting stereo speakers and 128GB/256GB storage options. A chipset and camera upgrade are also due though we haven’t found any reliable info on those components so far.