Samsung is reportedly working on launching its second generation Flip-fold smartphone, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 soon. Though we are not entirely sure as to whether Samsung would name it the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 or would skip the number 2 and go with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 moniker, we have spotted the alleged battery of the device today on the SafetyKorea certification website, which reveals some key details surrounding the battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2. Take a look at the Safety Korea certification and the DEKRA certification for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 battery and find out what it has in store for us.
Alleged Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 battery visits SafetyKorea and DEKRA certification
As seen in the SafetyKorea certification images, the alleged Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 battery (model number SM-F711) will feature a 2,300mAh rated capacity and a 2,370mAh typical capacity. There’s an additional battery model (SM-F712), which is rated at 903mAh. The same has also been certified by the DEKRA certification website.
As a matter of fact, the battery has also been certified by the 3C certification in the past. All these certifications make us believe that the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 might not be too far away from now.
As of now, this is all the information that we have on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2, but we are sure to receive more intel on the same in the coming days as the launch date approaches. Whenever we do, we will make sure to keep you posted on the same.
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