Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4: Leaked battery details point to a higher battery capacity than the Galaxy Z Flip3
GalaxyClub has provided details about the Galaxy Z Flip4, one of two foldable smartphones that Samsung is expected to release this year. Rumoured to resemble its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Flip4 should debut in the autumn, likely alongside a fourth-generation Galaxy Z Fold. While renders or hands-on images of the Galaxy Z Flip4 have not leaked yet, GalaxyClub has leaked the handset's battery capacity.
According to the website, the Galaxy Z Flip4 has two batteries, matching its predecessor. Supposedly, Samsung has equipped the smartphone with EB-BF721ABY and EB-BF722ABY, with the former a larger version of the latter that Samsung refers to internally as a 'sub-battery'. GalaxyClub adds that the EB-BF721ABY has a 2,400 mAh rated capacity, which is complemented by 903 mAh with the EB-BF722ABY.
In other words, GalaxyClub claims that the Galaxy Z Flip4 has a 3,303 mAh rated capacity, 103 mAh higher than its predecessor's combined rated capacity. If the difference between the Galaxy Z Flip3's rated and typical capacities are anything to go by, the Galaxy Z Flip4 will offer a 3,400 mAh typical capacity.
Presumably, Samsung will equip the Galaxy Z Flip4 with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which has shown itself to be more efficient than the Snapdragon 888 in our tests. Hopefully, the Galaxy Z Flip4 should deliver noticeably better battery life than its predecessor, even if it only has a 100 mAh larger combined capacity.