Samsung is set to launch a new foldable smartphone called the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Filp4 in the market with the new configuration, and the date is decided to be on August 10. The first phone is listed on Geekbench earlier powered by the Snapdragon 8+ SoC, Android 12, and 8GB RAM.
On June 15, 2022, the second device Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 has now also appeared on the Geekbench with the core specifications that we are looking for a long time also some media have already reported about this device.
As per the Geekbench listing, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 will come with the model number SM-F936U, which is the US version. The phone will run the Android 12 system, equipped with a Snapdragon 8+ chip and 12GB of memory, which may be the only memory version of the phone, because the Galaxy Fold3 also only has a 12GB memory version, Samsung should not currently launch a 16GB memory model.
The maximum storage space of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is expected to increase from 512GB of the Fold3 to 1TB. It is reported that the Fold4 will also be lighter than the Fold3, but equipped with the same 4,400mAh battery as the Fold3. Rumors also claim that the foldable screen of the Samsung Galaxy Fold4 has a less pronounced crease.
A 7.6-inch display is used on the inside, which can be folded in the middle. Since no front camera can be seen on the inside, it can be assumed that Samsung will again use a so-called UDC camera this year.
The back is still dominated by three cameras, this time continuing the design of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Samsung also seems to have done without the camera hump on the Z Fold4 and instead relied on camera modules placed individually on the back.
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