Samsung Galaxy Z Fold FE and Z Flip FE Leaked with Memory and Chipset Details

Usama Rasool

Samsung enthusiasts have been eager, awaiting the next generation of foldable smartphones to go official. Excitingly, their wait is almost at an end. Recent rumors suggest that Samsung might be taking the stage soon, introducing multiple foldable devices instead of just one Fold and one Flip. 

Previously, there was talk about the Galaxy Z Fold FE and Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra. A fresh leak has now surfaced online, revealing some exciting details about the Galaxy Z Fold FE and Galaxy Z Flip FE. The leak, originating from @kro_roe via Ithome, spills the beans on many aspects of these yet-to-be-announced devices. 

For those unfamiliar, the "FE" branding typically denotes "Fan Edition" smartphones, offering premium features at a more affordable price point. With these FE models, Samsung plans to deliver a flagship-like experience while implementing cost-cutting measures.

According to the leak, the Galaxy Z Fold FE and Z Flip FE will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7s Gen2 processor, although some markets might receive variants with Exynos chips. The Samsung new folding models will offer configurations with 12-16GB of RAM and 128-256GB of internal storage.

In addition to the processor and memory details, the leak provides insights into the dimensions of the unfolded phones. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold FE is said to measure 67.1 × 155.1 × 15.8-14.2 mm, while the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip FE measures 71.9 × 165.2 × 6.9mm.

While these leaks are exciting, we suggest taking them with a grain of salt until officially confirmed by Samsung. Moreover, there are speculations about the potential launch of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra. For now, enthusiasts need to wait patiently for more clarity on Samsung's upcoming foldable lineup.