Despite its launch being in a few months, Geekbench scores of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 are available. These scores leak a few internal specifications of the coming foldable from Samsung. Such information as the processor, memory and Android version were all given away from the Geekbench ratings.
As we all know, devices in the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip line-up have clamshell folding designs, meaning that they fold in half vertically. Over the years Samsung has made adjustments and improvements to newer flip devices, such as improvements to the hinges, internal and external screen displays, etc. This year’s flip model will not be an exception to receiving design and specification improvements.
The Galaxy Flip from last year made use of the Snapdragon 888 5G processor, but with newer processors out already, the coming flip device will step up its game. From the Geekbench leak, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 will use the coming Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ processor. Although not clearly stated in the Geekbench rating, information available is that the “Taro” codename refers to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 series. This Snapdragon chip will receive support from an 8GB worth of RAM powering this device.
For the operating system, this device will run Samsung custom One UI skin on Android 12. The screen size on this device will be similar to the previous model from last year. It’d as well support a 120Hz refresh rate for seamless scrolling and toggling within apps. The battery is to be a 3700mAh battery that’ll charge at 25W and also feature fast wireless charging.
More details on the specs and price of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will come directly from the company. But we can expect this device to have a similar price to last year’s flip model.