A series of leaks have shown that the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is fast approaching. Now we have a peek into the actual performance of this device from Samsung. In terms of performance, the coming Z Fold will offer notable upgrades in comparison with its predecessor.
Geekbench information on this device flaunts a few specifications that will be available on this foldable. First, Geekbench leaks have confirmed that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will launch with Android 12 out-of-box. The exact memory capacity of this device will span 12GB of RAM. Also, we know that the processor that’ll come with this device is the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.
This device comfortably hits a 1351 single-core score and a 3808 multicore score. This score is evidence of the good performance on this coming foldable from Samsung. We also anticipate some upgrades to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 such as its storage and hinge.
We expect this device to come with larger storage, possibly maxing out to 1TB as against last year’s 512GB. The hinge on this foldable also deserves some improvement to help do away with the crease. But, Ice universe via his Twitter page showed images of the supposed Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the crease might remain. Although it isn’t as conspicuous as last year’s Galaxy Fold, this is a good development.
This device will launch in the second half of the year and might come along with the Galaxy Z Flip 4. The pricing of this device might be similar to last year’s model. Although leaks claim that the price might reduce considering certain improvisations that this foldable will undergo.