Samsung is expected to expand its foldable smartphone lineup with the new-generation Galaxy Z series devices in August. Earlier, there were rumours about the upcoming Galaxy Z-series smartphones to come powered by the latest Snapdragon mobile platform and a recent report has corroborated the speculations. According to a report by SamMobile, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 was spotted on the popular benchmarking website Geekbench has revealed that the upcoming handset will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. Moreover, another recent report said that the Galaxy Z Flip 4’s benchmark listing has also revealed that it would be using the same chipset.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Geekbench performance
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 has been spotted on the Geekbench website with a model number SM-F936U. However, this particular model might be destined for the US and the benchmark results have revealed some details about the device’s performance. The latest Snapdragon chipset was able to post a single-core score of 1351 and a multi-core score of 3808. Meanwhile, it is important to note device’s real-world performance may differ from the Geekbench results.
The Geekbench listing also reveals that this will have at least 12GB of RAM, which was also the same as last year’s Galaxy Z Fold 3. Qualcomm claims that this chipset can deliver a 10% increase in CPU performance and a 10% boost to GPU clock. The chip maker also claims its latest chip will also enhance the power efficiency by up to 30% for both CPU and GPU. This might help the Galaxy Z Fold 4 to offer improved battery life even with a rumoured smaller battery unit.
Earlier reports have suggested that Samsung might offer a 1TB storage variant for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 device, which will be the highest amount of internal storage to be offered on a foldable smartphone. More information on the upcoming devices will be available as the launch date approaches.
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