Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 4, which is expected to officially launch on August 10, debuted on Geekbench last month with a Snapdragon 8+ SoC, Android 12 and 8GB of RAM. Now, Galaxy Z Fold4, which will be released with Flip4, has also appeared on Geekbench with key configuration confirmation.
According to Geekbench information, the Model number for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is SM-F936U, which is the U.S. version. It runs Android 12 and comes with a Snapdragon 8 + chip and 12GB of ram, which may be the only memory version of the device, as the Galaxy Fold 3 also comes in 12GB, which Samsung won’t offer for now.
While memory capacity is likely to remain the same, the Maximum storage space for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is expected to increase to 1 TERabyte from the Fold3’s 512GB. The Fold4 will also be lighter than the Fold3, but with the same 4,400mah battery as the Fold3. Samsung’s Galaxy Fold4 is also rumored to have even less visible creases on its foldable screen.