The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is the latest product to receive FCC certification in the U.S. The flagship folding-screen phone, model number SM-F936U, comes with Qualcomm’s Smart Transmission for improved uplink. As you would expect, the Galaxy Z Fold4 will support a variety of networks, from 2G on the low end all the way up to millimeter-wave 5G. The Fold4’s Wi-Fi will be updated to support ax, and the FCC report also indicates that the Fold4 will support the S Pen, just like its predecessor.
According to the latest reports, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is expected to launch on August 4 along with the Galaxy Z Flip4. It will be powered by Snapdragon 8+1 generation and has 12GB of RAM. Storage is rumored to be up to 1TB, while the battery is expected to be 4400mAh.
Other rumors suggest a less pronounced crease compared to the previous generation, a potentially wider and shorter body, and a better camera.