Here is the first benchmark for the next Galaxy Z Flip 4

Although we still have months to go until Samsung’s next big unpacked event, the world’s largest smartphone maker doesn’t seem to be doing its best to prevent leaks.

Of course, you can never be 100% sure of anything about an unreleased device, like the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, until their creators make an official announcement, but these renderings were recently unveiled and standards the newly discovered clearly fall into the “99.9% approved” category.

With this standards we already have the most significant improvements over the Galaxy Z Flip 4 compared to its predecessoras well as the main advantage of the next flagship the fold should hold up to all the best smartphones currently available, including the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

The ultra-high-end smartphone we’re looking at today is definitely the Z Flip 4, following in the footsteps of the SM-F711 or Galaxy Z Flip 3. Like a smartphone, so does the team. The SM-F721U’s “motherboard” hides under the code name “taro”, although you don’t have to be a specialist to understand exactly which processor it is.

With its eight-core processor consisting of a quadruple cluster with a clock frequency of 1.8 GHz, three cores of 2.75 GHz and the last single core of 3.19 GHz, this chip, based on the ARM architecture, is clearly striving to improve 1.7 + 2 , 4 + 3 GHz configuration. Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is available for Galaxy S22, S22 + and S22 Ultra.

How to, it can only be Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ SoC which Qualcomm is set to unveil and elaborate tomorrow, May 20, after months of raging speculation and growing excitement.

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Of course, it’s almost certain that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will share this state-of-the-art chip with its Galaxy Z Fold 4 cousin, just like last year’s Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 are equipped with the same processor.

While we can’t rely on Geébench performance to give an accurate picture of the smartphone’s performance in the real world, it’s widely rumored that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ delivers significant improvements over the non-Plus processor, thanks in part to the CPU clock speeds listed. previously and partly because Samsung has been replaced by TSMC as the chip manufacturer.

Not surprisingly, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus “endorsement” includes some other even less surprising stuff, including Android 12 and the same 8GB of RAM used in the Z Flip 3 to cut costs compared to the Z Fold. 3, which has 12 GB. RAM.

Georgie Collins

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