Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 has passed FCC certification

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 has passed FCC certification

According to rumors, the next Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event will take place in early July. It is expected that the South Korean brand will present new generation foldable smartphones, smartwatches, TWS headphones, and the long-awaited Galaxy Ring. Leaks and rumors have revealed many details about the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6. Now, the foldable phone has been spotted on an FCC certification site revealing key details.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 appeared on the FCC website

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 is registered on the FCC website under the model number SM-F956U. The certification listing confirms that the foldable phone has a more compact design, as shown in leaked CAD renders. It is confirmed that the upcoming handset will have wireless charging support, as the compatible charger has the model number EP-P5400. Meanwhile, the wired charger has the model number EP-TA800. This is also confirmed by the 3C certificate, which indicates an unchanged 25W fast charging power.

According to the FCC, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 will be equipped with a USB-C port. Connectivity options for the foldable phone will include Bluetooth, NFC, WPT, ultra-wideband, and 5.8 GHz WiFi. This is all that the certification list reveals about the upcoming foldable phone.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 was spotted in the Geekbench database earlier this month. The benchmarking platform has revealed a possible Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor paired with 12GB of RAM under the hood. It scored 1,964 and 6,619 points in single-core and multi-core tests. Meanwhile, another report says that the foldable phone will be offered in Navy, Silver Shadow, Light Pink, Crafted Black, and White colors.


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