Last updated: June 14, 2022 at 20:18 UTC+02:00
It was rumored that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will feature Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. Today, some evidence supporting this claim has surfaced. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 benchmark list on the popular benchmarking website Geekbench shows that the handset is powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.
This is not really surprising as the same is rumored for the Galaxy Z Flip 4 as well Galaxy Z Flip 4 benchmark list revealed that it would also use this chipset.
First Galaxy Z Fold 4 benchmark appears online
The Galaxy Z Fold 4, model number SM-F936U, has popped up on Geekbench website. This would be the model destined for the United States. The benchmark results reveal some interesting information about the performance.
This chipset, which powers the Galaxy Z Fold 4, achieved a single-core score of 1351 and a multi-core score of 3808. It seems that this model will have at least 12 GB of RAM. That Galaxy Z Fold 3 is also available with a similar amount of memory.
That obviously doesn’t give you an idea of the real-world performance of the device. Qualcomm claims that this chipset delivers a 10% improvement in CPU performance with a 10% faster GPU clock. It is also claimed that CPU and GPU power efficiency has increased by 30%. That will be impressive and allow the Galaxy Z Fold 4 to offer improved battery life even with its smaller battery.
We can expect more leaks about the Galaxy Z Fold 4 to surface as the launch nears. SamMobile has already exclusively confirmed that this will be the case a 1TB Galaxy Z Fold 4 variant. This will be the largest amount of internal storage offered on a foldable smartphone to date.
Samsung will launch the Galaxy Z Fold 4 alongside the clamshell foldable in a couple of months. The new foldables are expected to come out in August.
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