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Galaxy Z Flip 4: Bigger batteries, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ confirmed

Two major details on the Galaxy Z Flip 4 have been seemingly confirmed today. A document filing that was spotted shows that Samsung’s next foldable Z Flip phone will feature a bigger battery than previously reported. Along with this significant upgrade comes the confirmation of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ chipset.


  • Benchmark confirms Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ chipset for Galaxy Z Flip 4.
  • A bigger 3700 mAh is expected on the Galaxy Z Flip 4.
  • The Galaxy Z Flip 4 could get a slightly wider cover display.

Samsung’s choice of the Snapdragon 8G1+ chip for its foldable Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 is already expected. It is only now that a benchmark of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 has emerged courtesy of IceUniverse that further corroborates with the older allegations. If to happen, both the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 will bring a notable boost in processing power compared to their predecessors.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 unofficial render. / © 91Mobiles / OnLeaks

Much better battery life for the Galaxy Z Flip 4

Not only the upcoming Qualcomm’s flagship SoC is faster but it will also reduce power consumption. According to reports, the high-end chip will consume 30 percent less power while increasing the processor performance up to 10 percent compared to the 8 Gen 1. This could translate to a massive improvement in the device’s battery life.

Today, a document filing about the upcoming foldable’s battery was found by MyFixGuide. The discovered document shows that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 is expected to feature a 3700 mAh total capacity from the combined dual-battery setup rather than 3400 mAh which was earlier reported. The new number provides an 11 percent increase from the Z Flip 3’s 3300 mAh capacity.

Qualcomm has also just announced the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus and Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 today. And although the fourth generation foldables of Samsung will arrive later, this will hopefully alleviate some heating and battery issues that surfaced along with last year’s SD 8G1.

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