Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Unlocked US Variant Appears on Geekbench Database

  • We have spotted another US variant of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6 on the popular Geekbench database.
  • The listing indicates a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, 12GB of RAM, and Android 14 out of the box.

We all know that Samsung is setting up the stage for its unpacked event, where the brand will unveil its next iteration of foldables. Ahead of its official launch, the team at MySmartPrice has spotted the US variant of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 on the Geekbench database. Here’s everything you need to know about.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 on Geekbench Database

The device was spotted with the SM-F956U1 model and was able to achieve 2,257 in a single-core test and 6,903 in a multi-core test. Interestingly, this is the second variant spotted for the US market.

Earlier, we spotted the Galaxy Z Fold 6 with the model number SM-F956U, which is a carrier-locked version. The one that has appeared today is carrier-unlocked, which means users can pair any carrier service with this device.

Moreover, the listing reveals that the upcoming foldable will have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset paired with 12GB of RAM. It will run Android 14-based One UI out of the box.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 on Other Certification Websites

It’s important to note that this is not the first appearance of Samsung’s upcoming foldable on certification sites. The device has already received 3C certification, which reveals that it will support 25W charging. Besides, it has also appeared in the MIIT certification database, which suggests that it will feature dual-SIM and 5G connectivity.

Furthermore, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 has also appeared on Singapore’s IMDA certification, and the support page was also live in India. Unfortunately, these listings didn’t reveal any specifications for the forthcoming foldable. We shall get official details about the device soon, so, stay tuned.