The launch of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 are still at least three months away, but the design and most of its features have been revealed before, and now the processor has been revealed as well.
The US version of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 (SM-F721U) has appeared in the Geekbench database, revealing the phone’s processor, memory, CPU baseline score and system version. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ processor (codename Taro, same as snapdragon 8 Gen 1), which is based on TSMC’s 4nm process and uses a “1+3+4” tri-cluster architecture. It consists of one ultra-large Cortex-X2, three large cortex-A710, and four small cortex-A510 cores. The cortex-X2 CPU core frequency is 3.19GHz, and the Cortex-A710 CPU core frequency is 2.75GHz. The Cortex-A510 CPU has a 1.8ghz core frequency and is complemented by an Adreno 730 GPU, which is expected to be released tomorrow.
We learned that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 has a single-core score of 1,277 and a multi-core score of 3,642. The device has 8GB of RAM, runs Android 12, and is expected to have a One UI 4.5.
According to previous reports, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 has a similar design to the Galaxy Z Flip 3, with a 120Hz foldable display, a slightly thinner body, a 3700mAh battery, 25W quick charging, It also supports fast wireless charging, stereo speakers, side-mounted fingerprint recognition, and an IPX8 waterproof and dust-proof rating.