“Our collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies and Samsung allows for deep hardware and software integration, bringing Samsung Galaxy users unique Android experiences globally,” said Hiroshi Lockheimer, senior VP of platforms and ecosystems, Google. “Samsung’s new foldable smartphones powered by Snapdragon 888 are pushing the boundaries of mobile experiences, including immersive Google apps and services like Google Duo, YouTube, and Google Maps.”
Both devices feature the third-generation 5G modem-to-antenna solution that supports sub-6 carrier aggregation and mmWave. The Galaxy Z Fold3 comes equipped with Qualcomm FastConnect 6900 and supports Wi-Fi 6 and 6, and the Galaxy Z Flip3 features FastConnect 6800 with support for Wi-Fi 6.
“Samsung Electronics, Google, and Qualcomm Technologies continue to work together to define the benchmark for premium Android experiences,” said Cristiano Amon, president and CEO with Qualcomm. “We are honored that Samsung has chosen Snapdragon 888 to power its latest cutting-edge foldable smartphones globally.”
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