Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 received FCC certification


The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 has now received FCC approval in the United States. For better uplink, Qualcomm’s Smart Transmit is included in the phone model SM-F936U.

Everything from 2G to mmWave 5G will be supported by the Galaxy Z Fold4, as expected. A new version of Wi-Fi will have ax support. According to the FCC report, the Fold4 will be able to use a S Pen, much like the previous model.

In recent sources, it is predicted that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 would be unveiled with the Galaxy Z Flip4 on August 4. 12GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor are expected to power it. The storage capacity might be up to 1 terabyte, while the battery capacity could be as high as 4,400 mAh, according to rumors.


Other speculations claim that the crease would be less prominent, the body will be broader and shorter, and the cameras will be improved.

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