Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 Revealed in a Scoresheet by Geekbench; Here are Details

Usama Rasool

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 is making headlines with its recent appearance on GeekBench, offering a glimpse into the hardware of this highly anticipated foldable phone. Sporting the model number SM-F741U, this device packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor under its sleek exterior.

With a top-of-the-line chipset, the fold is getting the ultimate performance. Dubbed with the codename "pineapple," it boasts an Adreno (TM) 750 GPU for seamless graphics rendering. And for memory and storage, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 may come in two variants: 8GB and 12GB of RAM, catering to different segments. 

Alongside, it offers spacious internal storage options of 256GB and 512GB, which means ample room for apps, games, and multimedia files. This year’s upgrade aims to enhance the experience, particularly with multitasking. The clamshell’s design maintains the iconic vertical folding mechanism.

With a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x display, the Samsung foldable new phone unfolds to reveal a stunning 1080 x 2640 pixel resolution screen. The additional LTPO dynamic 120Hz refresh rate will ensure smooth scrolling and animations, while a refined hinge and improved internal layout will reinforce durability and functionality.

Performance-wise, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, coupled with its innovative 1+2+2+3 core design, guarantees top-notch performance comparable to the Galaxy S24 Ultra. And shutterbugs will appreciate the rumored triple camera setup on the back.

The Galaxy Z Flip 6 will feature a 50MP primary sensor on the back. Meanwhile, a 10MP will reside in the top portion of the screen. The Galaxy Z Flip 6 may also address battery concerns with a larger 4,000mAh battery, surpassing its predecessor's 3,700mAh capacity. 


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