In the upcoming 2 or 3 months, it is expected that Samsung will release its new foldable flagship phones, successors of the Galaxy Z Fold and Z Flip lineup. However, the leaks of both anticipated foldable phones are now started to leak. Recently, we got a look at a major certification of these devices, revealing some basic specs.
This morning, two new devices from Samsung have been listed on Chinese 3C (or CCC) Certification with 25W fast charging. And from the arrangement of their model numbers, we can confirm that they belong to the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4.
The Galaxy Z Fold4 carries the model number “SM-F9360,” while the Galaxy Z Flip4 has “SM-F7210.” Moreover, the model number also denotes that these models belong to the Chinese variant.
As mentioned before, both models will support 25W maximum charging and will use Samsung’s old 25W Charger, carrying the model number “EP-TA800.” It is worth mentioning that the company has been using this charger since the launch of the Galaxy Note10 lineup. Except for the 25W charging mode, the charger supports 15W (5V/3A) and 7.5W-25W (3.3-11V/2.25A) charging.
If we talk about the battery capacities of these models, it is expected that the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 will feature 4400mAh and 3400mAh batteries, respectively. Both devices are likely to be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Plus chipset, which Qualcomm has not announced yet.
Other specifications like display, design, camera, and many related things are currently unknown. However, we can expect the exposure of this information soon. It is also rumored that Samsung will release these new models in August.