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Galaxy Z Fold4’s power-saving mode explained – leaker rated perfect

Galaxy Z Fold4 official

 
Leaker Ice universe (@UniverseIce) explains how the power saving mode on the Galaxy Z Fold4 works and appreciates it.

Maintains 120Hz refresh rate, suppresses operating frequency

According to Ice universe (@UniverseIce), the Galaxy Z Fold4’s power saving mode keeps the operating frequency of the installed Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 low, but maintains the maximum refresh rate of the display at 120Hz. That’s it.
 
Regarding the operating frequency of Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 in power saving mode, he said that Arm Cortex-X2 will be 2.82 GHz, A710 will be 2.57 GHz, and A510 will be 1.67 GHz.
 
At that time, the Geekbench 5 benchmark score was 1,156 for single core and 3,773 for multicore.
 
I compared each item with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 during normal operation.
 

item Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
low power mode
Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
Normal operation
CPU core
operating frequency
Cortex-X2 x 1
(@2.82GHz)
Cortex-A710 x 3
(@2.57GHz)
Cortex-A510 x 4
(@1.67GHz)
Cortex-X2 x 1
(@3.2GHz)
Cortex-A710 x 3
(@2.8GHz)
Cortex-A510 x 4
(@2.0GHz)
Geekbench 5
single core
1,156 1,311
Geekbench 5
multicore
3,773 4,070

 

 
 
Source: Ice universe (@UniverseIce)/Twitter, About power saving mode/Galaxy Mobile Japan
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Source: iPhone Mania