Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 makes it through FCC testing ahead of its launch
It looks like the Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip4 has joined its Fold4 counterpart on the US Federal Communication Commission (FCC) database. The SM-F721U has, like the SM-F936U immediately before it, been certified as a new "portable handset" that also happens to be foldable.
Therefore, the device is more than likely to be the long-rumored Z Flip 4 (or, as Samsung will probably put it, the Z Flip4). The new official leak cannot confirm the device's alleged design updates compared to its Flip3 predecessor, although some drawings found among its new documentation might underpin its general clamshell form-factor.
The FCC has also now cleared the SM-F721U (which might also ship as the SM-F721U1) to use 5G (mmWave included; tri-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC. The upcoming foldable smartphone is thought to have dual batteries adding up to a sub-4,000mAh capacity, and the FCC's documentation does mention one power-pack (the EB-BF724ABY) previously linked to the upcoming clamshell.