Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4, a smartphone that is expected to officially launch on August 10, was spotted on Geekbench last month with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, running on Android 12 operating system and with RAM of 8GB.

Now, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 that will be announced alongside the Z Flip4 is also undergoing performance testing on Geekbench, thereby confirming a few key specifications.

According to GSMArena, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 was discovered with model number SM-F936U on Geekbench, indicating that it is the version for the US market.

The device runs on Android 12 operating system and has Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip accompanied by 12GB RAM. That might be the only RAM option since the Galaxy Z Fold 3 also comes with a single 12GB RAM option and it's unlikely that Samsung will bring a 16GB RAM option to its new generation of foldable smartphones.

While the amount of RAM will likely stay the same, Samsung is expected to increase the maximum storage capacity from 512GB on the Fold3 to 1TB on the Fold 4.

This new folding screen smartphone is also said to be lighter than Fold3 despite having the same 4,400 mAh battery capacity as the previous generation.

The rumors also claim that the foldable display of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 will have less prominent creases and a smoother look compared to the Fold 3.


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