The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4, due to be officially unveiled on August 10, was unveiled at Geekbench last month with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, Android 12 and 8GB of RAM. Now, the Galaxy Z Fold4, which will be unveiled along with Flip4, has also passed through Geekbench, confirming key specifications in the process.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4, which was benchmarked, has the model designation SM-F936U, which suggests that it is the US version. The device runs Android 12 and has the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip at the helm with 12 GB of RAM. And that could be the only RAM option, as the Galaxy Fold3 also came with a single 12GB RAM option, and we don’t think Samsung will launch a 16GB RAM model.
Although the amount of RAM is likely to remain the same, Samsung is expected to increase the maximum storage space from 512 GB on Fold3 to 1 TB on Fold4. Fold4 is also said to be lighter than Fold3, but has a 4,400 mAh battery – the same size as Fold3.
Rumors also claim that the Samsung Galaxy Fold4’s foldable screen will have a less prominent fold and look smoother than the Fold3’s.