Samsung has two smartphones in the pipeline. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 was announced at Unpacked last month and we recently started watching the leaks of the Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition). On Monday, the benchmark results of both devices appeared Geekbench Database.
Korean variants of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 with Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition and Snapdragon 865 SoC appear in the Geekbench database# SamsungGalaxyS20FanEdition #Samsung # GalaxyS20FanEdition # GalaxyS20 Lite # SamsungGalaxyZFold2 # GalaxyZed Fold2 pic.twitter.com/ydJn23qxNm
– Venkatesh Babu.G (@smartvenkat95) August 31, 2020
Both devices are reported to be running the Snapdragon 865 chipset, and the devices are said to be Korean variants of the phones. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 runs Android 10 and has 12GB of RAM on-board. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S20 FE comes with 6GB of RAM at 6GB. When searching the geekbench database for model number SM-G781N (S20 FE), the SM-F916N (Z Fold 2) had four runs in a row, while two runs in a row.
Leaked Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Render
The Galaxy S20FE Exynos 990 chipset is rumored to come with an onboard, but Monday’s benchmarks show that the Snapdragon 865 variant will be available. The question remains: which markets will get what types? Rumors suggest a 4G-only variant, so will there be a total of three Galaxy S20 FE variants worldwide?
The Galaxy Zfold 2 is expected to be fully unveiled on Tuesday at the Galaxy Z Fold 2 unpacked event (see opening review video above). Depending on the timing of the Galaxy S20 FE leaks, we can expect to hear about it in the same announcement or shortly thereafter. A previous rumor was that the Galaxy S20 FE would arrive sometime in October.