Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 officially gets the FCC certification

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 officially gets the FCC certification

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 officially gets the FCC certification. The Galaxy Z Fold4, SM-F936U, has received regulatory approval in the US and equipped with Qualcomm’s Smart Transmit feature that improves carrier uplink quality.

This device will support all networks through Wi-Fi and connect to mmWave 5G networks. The report also suggests that this device will have an S Pen. According to recent reports, the Galaxy Z Fold4 and the Galaxy Z Flip4 expected on August 10.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 officially gets the FCC certification

Both phones will powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 with 12GB of RAM, up to 1TB of storage and a battery of up to 4,400mAh. The rumours suggest that these two phones may not have as pronounced a crease, possible wider and shorter design, and better cameras.

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