Fans of Samsung’s foldable phones have just been given access to fresh press renderings showing the impending Galaxy Z Flip 4. These allegedly authentic renderings show the foldable flip phone’s final appearance as well as its four standard colours.
The four colour choices are Graphite, Pink Gold, Bora Purple (which debuted earlier this week for the Galaxy S22), and Blue. Due to the Cover Display area, they all seem to have a matte surface and a two-tone colour scheme.
Galaxy Z Flip 4 Official Press Renders
In a few areas where Samsung will offer the Bespoke Edition, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will be a lot more vibrant. The Bespoke Edition Z Flip 3 received more than 40 colour choices the previous year. The forthcoming Bespoke Edition Galaxy Z Flip 4 might come in over 900 colour options this year. If this is the case, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will undoubtedly surpass all previous colour-phone records.
Specifications for the Galaxy Z Flip 4
Beyond the outside appearance, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 ought to have the typical yearly improvements without significantly straying from the original recipe. A more recent chipset, such as the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, 8GB of RAM, and 128/256/512GB of internal storage should be included in the smartphone.
The Cover Display will be 1.9 inches in size, while the foldable AMOLED display will feature a 6.7-inch diagonal. The device will be unveiled by Samsung on August 10 at Unpacked and should run Android 12 and One UI 4.1.1.
Initial speculations stated that the Korean tech giant could wish to reduce the launch price of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 after improving the hinge and other components, but more recent sources say that the foldable flip phone may actually be somewhat more costly than the 2021 iteration. Next month at Unpacked, we’ll learn more.
It features a new camera module but the same centrally folding construction. The handset’s top outside edge is where the vertical camera strip is located, and it is painted in black. This enhances the design’s dual-tone look. Two sizable sensors are seen on the outside camera module.
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