Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 Featured on FCC Directory Before the Upcoming Launch

Inaam Azeem

Every smartphone must make it through the FCC website before its launch in The US. Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 4 recently acquired a spot on the website, and now the Galaxy Z Flip 4 has also been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). As always, the listing reveals crucial information about the handset’s connectivity and charging capabilities.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Flip4 goes by the model name SM-F721U. The appearance also reveals the handset will support Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11a/n/ac/ax, and multiple 2G, 3G, and 4G bands. For 5G, the Flip 4 will receive both the mmWave and sub-6GHz. The smartphone will also feature GNSS, NFC, wireless charging, and Qualcomm Gen2 smart transmit.

The listing unveils no other information; however, we already have some convincing, rumored specifications to share. 

Diagonally, the display should measure 6.7 inches. It will expectedly be a Full HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel featuring a 120 Hz refresh rate, HDR 10+ support, and 1200 nits of peak brightness. When folded, the users will be greeted by a 2.1 inches Super AMOLED cover display.

According to Geekbench, the engine inside the new addition to the Samsung price catalog will be the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, paired with a maximum of 12GB RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage capacity. Rumor has it the battery size will see a 400 mAh increase than the Flip 3, totaling 3,700 mAh charging at 25 Watts.

Photography-wise, the Flip 4 will allegedly be equipped with a 12MP wide, and 12MP ultra-wide duo with a 10 MP selfie shooter punched in a central hole on top of the display. It will probably arrive in Bora Purple, Pink Gold, Graphite, and Blue finishes along with the Galaxy Watch 5 and Z Fold 4 on August 10.


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