As leaks for Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip3 5G begin to ramp up in recent weeks, the latest information reveals information about the phone’s battery charging capabilities.
As revealed by the 3C, China’s equivalent to the US FCC, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G will come with the Adaptive Fast Charge adapter in the box (EP-TA200). This charger has been bundled in with Galaxy S smartphones for years and it outputs a peak current of 15W (9V @ 1.67A). This is the same charger that was bundled with the Galaxy Z Flip.
The model number listed is the SM-F7110 which represents the Chinese variant of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G.
Recently, renders of the device leaked, revealing what the upcoming foldable will look like when its rumored to be announced in July. The foldable was revealed to come with similar battery capacity as its predecessor, and either a midrange chipset or the Snapdragon 888. Recent reports about a significant drop in price, however, suggest the phone may come with Qualcomm’s latest.