The latest phone to bag certification from the US authority, FCC, is the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4. The SM-F936U phone has Qualcomm’s smart Transit function for better uplink performance.
The Galaxy Z Fold4 will support a wide range of networks, including mmWave 5G and even the rudimentary 2G network. Ax support will be added to Wi-Fi. The FCC report also implies that, like its predecessor, the Fold4 will feature an S Pen.
According to the most recent rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 are scheduled to launch on August 10. It will have a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor and 12GB of RAM. Up to 1TB of storage space is predicted and a 4,400mAh battery is anticipated.
Other speculations include that the phone will have a less noticeable seam, a bigger and maybe shorter body and improved camera.
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