Last September, Samsung simultaneously introduced Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 foldable phones, which have very different folding schemes, but both are popular with different users.
In the second half of the year, the next generation of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 has attracted attention from the outside world, especially in addition to the foldscreen design, GalaxyZ Fold 4 will also use an under-screen camera scheme. Now there is the latest news that the phone has received FCC certification.
In line with previously disclosed information, a Samsung model sm-F936U was recently sent to the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for certification, and has been approved.
It’s the new Samsung GalaxyZ Fold 4 flagship, which will be unveiled on August 10. According to FCC certification documents, it will most likely be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 + flagship platform, and will support 25W wired flash charging and 15W wireless flash charging.
In other news, according to the previous news, new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 will basically continue the previous generation of internal and external dual-screen design ideas, including the inner screen size of 7.6 inches, the refresh rate of 120Hz, the external screen size of 6.2 inches, the refresh rate of 120Hz.
It is worth noting that the front of the machine will also adopt the under-screen camera technology, which is the industry’s first snapdragon 8 + foldable flagship that adopts the under-screen camera technology. With the wide screen of the founder, it will bring a very striking visual experience.
In addition, it will be equipped with a 50 megapixel main camera + 12 megapixel ultra wide Angle + 12 megapixel rear tri-camera module, built-in 4400mAh battery.
Samsung’s New Galaxy Z Fold4 is set to debut on August 10. The new Galaxy Z Fold4 is 3C certified, and the Galaxy Z Flip4 is also expected to debut on the same day.