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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 appears on Geekbench with the most powerful SoC

The Geekbench database confirms that Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Fold4 will mount the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, with its innovative 4-nanometer technology from TSMC.

By now we all know that Samsung is going to arrive at Unpacked in August without any secrets to tell us, and it is that whatever he does, it seems that the giant from Suwon always leaks each and every device many before their official presentations.

It will not be different with the arrival of the fourth denomination Galaxy Z and fifth iteration, which have already anticipated their design and hardware both in the case of the Galaxy Z Fold4 as the Galaxy Z Flip4, also letting us glimpse that this time they will be accompanied by new Galaxy Watch5 but not the Galaxy Buds2 Pro that will wait for the last quarter of 2022.

This would be the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4, in a quite filtered render credible. This Unpacked will possibly be held on August 10, although while we wait, I’m sure the prolific legion of leakers around Samsung will continue to liven up the wait with new details, new images and new leaks of increasingly higher quality.

The popular Geekbench application, which is in charge of synthetically testing the performance of our Android smartphones, once again confirms data from a still unpublished smartphone like this Galaxy Z Fold4 that will arrive with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset.

There is a device that will not be at Samsung Unpacked in August. Anyway, this time it was not a leaker on Twitter or anonymous sources from Weibo, because the data that we bring you today related to the Galaxy Z Fold4 are 100% reliable confirming your hardware platformsince they come directly from the databases of GeekBench.

We will not comment on these scores yet, since they have obviously been achieved with crutches and prototypes as well as with pre-series software, but what we can say without fear of being wrong is that Samsung will provide its most business folding with all the available power in the industry, assembling the best chipset that can be achieved in the second semester of the course.

We are obviously talking about the Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoCwhich will not only increase the performance of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 but also will bring TSMC’s new 4-nanometer technology which has been shown to be more powerful and efficient than the one used to date by Samsung itself in its semiconductor factories.

In addition, the presence of a memory chip with 12 GB of RAMpresumably LPDDR5, and also that this is a reliable benchmark of the Galaxy Z Fold4, well Samsung model SM-F936U is mentioned when the Galaxy Z Fold3 had the model code SM-F926U.