As we get closer to the supposed launch of Samsung’s next generation of foldables more details about the Galaxy Z Flip4 begin to emerge. The latest ones involve the phone’s chipset and battery capacity which both surfaced in two new listings. The first is a Geekbench listing for the Samsung SM-F721U believed to be Z Flip4 powered by the yet to be announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ chipset.
The listing reveals the chipset bears the “Taro” codename and features a maximum clock speed of 3.19Ghz which should be for the Cortex-X2 CPU performance core. We can also see an additional trio of cores clocked at 2.75Ghz - presumably of the Cortex-A710 variety and four power-efficient Cortex-A510 units running at 1.8GHz. The Z Flip4 in the listing is also equipped with 8GB RAM and boots Android 12. It managed 1,277 single-core points and 3,642 points on the multi-core test.
In related news, the Z Flip4 wound up on the 3C database revealing its total rated battery capacity of 3,595mAh. The phone will pack dual battery cells with 2,555mAh (EB-BF723ABY part number) and 1,040mAh (EB-BF724ABY) rated capacities respectively.
It remains to be seen what the typical battery capacity rating come out to. Regardless of the actual mAh value, a larger battery would be a much welcome addition as the Z Flip3 had pretty lack-lusted endurance.