The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 foldable smartphone is expected to launch later this year. The Galaxy Z Flip 4 will be the successor to the Galaxy Flip 3 from last year. The fourth-gen clamshell foldable device from the company is expected to come with an under-display camera and a recent leak revealed the upcoming Flip 4’s battery capacity and charging speed.
Now, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 device has been spotted on the Geekbench database revealing details like the operation system, processor, and RAM of the device. Let’s take a look at the upcoming Samsung foldable in detail.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 Listed on Geekbench
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy device with the SM-F721U model number has been spotted on the Geekbench database. This model number is the reference to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 US model. As per the listing, the device will run on the Android 12 operating system, which should be based on OneUI 4 skin. Further, the device will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset with up to 3.19GHz clock speed. This is none other than the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ SoC, which is expected to launch in China this week.
The processor comes with four cores clocked at 1.8GHz, three cores clocked at 2.75GHz, and one core with a clock speed of 3.19GHz. This chipset will be paired with Adreno 730 GPU. On the Geekbench, the device has been listed with 8GB of RAM. However, we can expect multiple RAM and storage options as well. The device scored 1277 in the single-core test and 3642 in the multi-core test.
Based on the previous leaks, the Galaxy Flip 4 is expected to feature a 3,700mAh battery, which is 400mAh more than the Z Flip 3’s battery capacity. In terms of fast charging, the device is said to offer 25W fast charging, which is an upgrade from the 15W charging on the Flip 3. As for the launch date, the Galaxy Flip 4 and the Galaxy Fold 4 devices are expected to launch soon. Usually, Samsung announces these devices at the August Unpacked event, which means the launch of these devices might be still a couple of months away.
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