Samsung’s folding flagship Galaxy Z Fold 4 recently appeared in the GeekBench benchmark library. The test machine model is “SM-F936U”, which is the US version of the Galaxy Z Fold 4.
From the exposure information, it can be seen that the machine is equipped with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8+ processor, with 12GB of large memory. A source believes that Samsung is unlikely to launch a 16GB memory version, so the series may only be available with 12GB of memory.
From the running points, it can be seen that the single-core score of the phone is 1351 points, and the multi-core score is 3808 points.
Compared with the previous Galaxy Z Flip 4’s single-core score of 1277, the multi-core score of 3642 is better. Both models use the Snapdragon 8+ processor, but the Galaxy Z Flip 4 tester is equipped with 8GB of memory.
According to previous news, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 has an internal screen size of 7.6 inches and adopts an under-screen camera design. Compared with the Galaxy Z Fold 3, the under-screen camera of the new phone is better hidden.
The camera is still a three-camera configuration, with a 50-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle, and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, which supports 3x optical zoom.
It is worth noting that it is reported that the Galaxy Z Fold4 is available in a maximum of 1TB version this time, and 256GB and 512GB versions are available. Jon Prosser said that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 will be officially released on August 10.