Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 gets FCC certification

Ivan, 11 July 2022

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is the latest to get FCC certification in the US. The phone, model name SM-F936U, comes with Qualcomm's Smart Transmit feature for improved uplink.

As you'd expect, the Galaxy Z Fold4 will support all sorts of networks, from lowly 2G all the way to mmWave 5G. Wi-Fi will be updated with ax support. The FCC report also suggests that the Fold4 will support an S Pen, like its predecessor.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 gets FCC certification

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is expected alongside the Galaxy Z Flip4 on August 10 according to latest reports. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 with 12GB of RAM. An up to 1TB of storage is rumored, while the battery is expected to be 4,400mAh.

Other rumors, suggest a less-pronounced crease, possible wider and shorter body, and better cameras.

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Reader comments

  • mj600
  • 19 Jul 2022
  • jst

My wish is for the Z fold 4 to have the same camera set up as the ultra line, shorter but wider screen, decent weight reduction , Integrated S Pen and higher PPI for both screens.


90% of smartphones have good cameras so I don't care about that anymore... If I want a great camera, I will buy a camera not a smartphone

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