The Galaxy Fold 4 surely has more features and hardware details than its predecessor. Recently, we shared an article that stated that Samsung will rename its upcoming products like the company removing the letter Z to its Fold and Flip series which is going to unveil at the Galaxy Unpacked Event on August 10.
The list of upgrades for the foldable flagship offers a positive impression, starting with the phone being protected on both sides, delivering impressive performance and more. Here are some more details you should know about this phone.
Earlier, the news was tipped that showed us the Galaxy Fold 4 will use Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 instead of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Today, Twitter tipster Ahmed Qwaider shared the news that expects a 15 percent increase in CPU performance. In addition, GPU performance should see a 59% improvement, and the chip’s NPU unit performance is 68% better than the previous generation.
The Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 is mass-produced on TSMC’s 4nm architecture, not Samsung’s, which is probably why you’re seeing a performance upgrade. The tweet also revealed that both the front and back of the Galaxy Fold 4 will be protected by Corning Gorilla Victus Plus Glass, an improved version of Gorilla Glass Victus that brings better scratch and drop resistance.
Under the hood, the Galaxy Fold 4 is said to feature a 4400mAh battery with support for a 25W charging head, and the screen brightness has also been boosted to 1000 nits, although the source doesn’t mention whether this is typical or peak brightness. Also, there’s no mention of whether that brightness level is for the larger display or the smaller one, but the 120Hz refresh rate is a sure bet.
While the Galaxy Fold 4 doesn’t appear to look any different from the Galaxy Z Fold 3, this additional valuable information shows that the upcoming foldable flagship will have some unseen upgrades as well.
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