Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 6 is coming in July, and some of its specs just got confirmed as part of a benchmark. The phone surfaced on Geekbench, its carrier-locked variant with a model number SM-F956U.

Benchmark reveals some of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 specs

The phone managed to score 1,964 points in the single-core, and 6,619 points in the multi-core test. Most importantly, this smartphone is confirmed to ship with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor.

Another detail that this benchmark confirmed is the fact the device will ship with 12GB of RAM. Chances are that the 12GB RAM model will be the only variant, but it remains to be seen.

Android 14 is also mentioned here, while we expect to see One UI 6.1.1 on top of it. All the Galaxy AI features that are available on the Galaxy S24 are expected on the Galaxy Z Fold 6 as well.

The phone is expected to launch on July 10

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 is expected to launch on July 10. Samsung still didn’t confirm the launch date but that’s what the reports are saying. The event will take place in Paris, and it will be the global launch event for the phone.

Alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 6, Samsung is also expected to announce the Galaxy Z Flip 6, its new clamshell smartphone. The Galaxy Ring, Samsung’s very first smart ring, will likely drop during that event too.

The Galaxy Z Fold 6 won’t bring any groundbreaking changes compared to its predecessor, at least based on the rumors thus far. The device is even tipped to retain the same camera setup as the Galaxy Z Fold 5. One rumor disagrees, but chances are they’ll stay the same.

This puzzle is slowly, but surely, coming together. We expected to get a lot more information in the coming weeks. If you wonder what the phone will look like, its CAD-based renders surfaced a while back.

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