The early Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 benchmark offers good news for power users

Although we are definitely still several months away from Samsung’s Next Big Unpacked Product Launch EventThe world’s largest smartphone manufacturer doesn’t seem to have done a much better job than usual of keeping shindig heroes a secret.

Of course, you can’t be 100 percent sure about anything about an unreleased device like the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 until their makers make an official announcement, but these Recently Leaked View And Newly disclosed standard It clearly falls into the “99.9 percent confirmed” category.
Yes, boys and girls, we finally have an (unofficial) confirmation today for someone Galaxy Z Flip 4The most significant upgrades over its predecessor, as well as a major feature that is expected to hold the next generation foldable flagship against all best phones Available now, Galaxy S22 Ultra included.

So… a lot… raw… speed

Measured under model number SM-F721U, the premium phone we’re looking at today is definitely the Z Flip 4, following in the footsteps of the SM-F711, aka the Z Flip 3. Like an actual phone it works with. The SM-F721U’s “motherboard” is hidden under the apparently encrypted “taro” codename, although it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out exactly what processor we’re dealing with here.

With an octa-core CPU made up of a quad cluster clocked at 1.8GHz, three 2.75GHz cores, and one 3.19GHz final core, this ARM-based bad boy is clearly aiming to improve on Qualcomm’s 1.7+2.4+3GHz configuration. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is found inside the likes of the Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra.

Of course, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 is pretty much guaranteed to share this state-of-the-art silicone with Z fold 4 Cousin, similar to the way the Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 came last year with the same processor. But this was the “normal” Snapdragon 888 rather than the Plus version, which matches the specifications of the S21 family.
While we can’t rely on Geekbench’s results to provide an accurate picture of the phone’s performance in the real world (especially When it comes to Galaxy devices), the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ is widely rumored to offer significant improvements on the schedule over the non-Plus processor, thanks in part to the aforementioned CPU clock speeds and in part to the TSMC has replaced Samsung itself As a manufacturer of chips.

All other Galaxy Z Flip 4 specifications in one place

Unsurprising by any means, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus “confirmed” today is joined by a few less surprising tidbits, including Android 12 and the same 8GB of RAM used in the Z Flip 3 To save costs compared to 12GB storage Z fold 3.

Of course, the Z Flip 4’s display, battery and camera info remains up in the air… If you choose to rely exclusively on this pre-release performance evaluation, with several credible reports and leaks in recent months, leaving few questions unanswered.

We already know that the design of the Z Flip 3 won’t change much, with the Z Flip 4 gaining a bit more size to accommodate 3700 mAh battery is much bigger From last year’s 3300 mAh cell. Both the 6.7-inch primary and 1.9-inch secondary screens will likely remain largely unchanged, unless they are changed. Samsung Revisiting at the last minute, it seems that any kind of S Pen support is out of the question.
Super UTG (Ultra Thin Glass) technology tends to Enhance the durability of the Z Fold 4 It’s also unlikely that it will be integrated into the Z Flip 4, which you may not get any of Big camera upgrades also. This all seems to be just a bit of a frustration, which makes a processing power boost even more critical to this device’s mainstream success, especially if it’s (somewhat obscure) Rumor about lower price From the Z Flip 3 at the end.

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