We are at least three months away from the launch of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and the Galaxy Z Fold 4. However, their design and most of their features have leaked already. Now, their rumored processor has been revealed as well. The two foldable phones will come equipped with a more power-efficient chipset.
The US-bound version of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 (SM-F721U) has appeared in Geekbench’s database, revealing the phone’s processor, RAM, CPU benchmark scores, and software version. The phone features the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ processor (still codenamed Taro, similar to Snapdragon 8 Gen 1) with higher clock speeds: 3.19GHz for Cortex-X2 CPU core, 2.75GHz for Cortex-A710 CPU cores, and 1.8GHz for Cortex-A510 CPU cores. This chipset is reportedly made by TSMC on its 4nm fabrication process.
Samsung’s upcoming foldable phone scored 1,277 points in the single-core CPU benchmark and 3,642 points in the multi-core CPU benchmark. In some runs, it even scored 3,800 points in the multi-core CPU test. The device has 8GB RAM and appears to be running Android 12. We expect the Galaxy Z Flip 4 to run Android 12-based One UI 4.5 out of the box with newer features and improvements to the existing design.
The Galaxy Z Flip 4 is rumored to feature a design that’s similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Flip 3. It might have a slightly bigger cover display, a 120Hz foldable display, a slightly thinner body, a 3,700mAh battery, 25W fast charging, fast wireless charging, stereo speakers, a side-mounted fingerprint reader, and an IPX8 rating. There’s no credible information yet on its camera configuration.
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