After the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ in last week, now Galaxy Note 20 5G and Galaxy Z Flip 5G have passed the Chinese 3C certification process. The certification document carries the model number of both the device, SM-N9810 for the Galaxy Note 20 5G, and the SM-F7070 for the foldable 5G phone. This is welcome news for both these devices ahead of their official launch. Both these flagships scheduled to launch in August this year.
The certification document further reveals that the Galaxy Note 20 5G and the Galaxy Z Flip 5G will come with fast charging support. Where the previous model will pack the 25W fast charger, the latter will power with the 15W fast charger. The Galaxy Z Flip 5G might come with the same features like the LTE variant with the only difference that the latest one includes the upgraded chipset.
Further, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G variant will be available in new color choices for the customers. Although the certification document reveals the battery capacity of the device, it is still unclear whether it will be similar to the LTE variant or packs the 100mAh less than it. Galaxy Note 20 experience several upgrades and modifications compared to its predecessor lineup. The lineup has expected to feature the new Ultra branded edition for the first time along with other upgradations.
As both these devices got China’s 3C certification, they expected to unveil on August 5. However, the COVID 19 pandemic situation may alter Samsung’s unpack event tradition. Unlike the previous events, this event would hold in the online-only mode for the safety of the officials, fans, and the other attendants. So it is going to be the all-new edition of unpacking events and assures that these devices will unveil as scheduled before.