Samsung is working to launch the upcoming foldable devices Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 in August. However, there is no confirmation on the launch dates yet. But, we may expect the launch at its unpacked event. Moreover, the upcoming Fold 4 is already surfacing online multiple times revealing its few key details. In addition, the device was earlier on Geekbench certification website revealing its processors, RAM, and other details. And now, in the recent development, the upcoming Fold 4 appears on FCC certification website revealing the WiFi and connectivity details.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 details via FCC listing
The company is soon to launch the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 as the device is surfacing online frequently. Moreover, the device appears on FCC certification website with model number SM- F936U. In addition, the listing suggest that the device will get power from Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 smart transmit feature. As per the listing, the device will have 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G network connectivity. Furthermore, the device will have WiFi and NFC support alongwith Bluetooth connectivity. The device will support multiple 4G and 5G bands.
Moreover, the listing suggest that the device will arrive with WiFi 802. 11 a/n/ ac/ ax and wireless power transfer. Thus, it hinta that the device will have reverse charging support. In addition, the listing suggest that the device will use S pen, like it’s predecessor Galaxy Z Fold 3. Furthermore, the listing also shows the use of EP-TA800 adapter and EP- N5100 wireless charging pad.