Samsung’s next generation of foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4, are expected to be unveiled on August 10 after Samsung confirmed the date for its latest Unpacked event. But as always, there are no secrets in the Android world, so new images of the phones have been leaked, showing them in all their glory.
Galaxy Z Fold4
Samsung’s announcement of the latest Galaxy Unpacked showcase confirms that foldable devices will be the focus of the event. Of the two devices expected to be unveiled, the Z Fold4 is the flagship model.
The pictures were leaked by Evan Blass 91mobiles.com. Although they don’t give much away, you can get an idea of the colors – phantom black, beige and grey-green.
There has been talk of the Fold4 supporting a built-in S Pen, although you can’t see from the images if there’s a case for one. Other specs that have been widely rumored include a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, a 128GB storage option that may offer a cheaper entry point for users, and a 4400mAh battery that’s slightly smaller than the previous model .
In addition to the images from 91mobiles.com above, additional images of the Z Flip4 have been posted below MySmartPrice Give a better look at the different color options – blue, black, cream and lavender.
Expected upgrades for this phone include a more subtle fold, a slightly larger battery than before, and the same Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor found in the Fold4. The secondary screen is also believed to have grown by a touch, from 1.9 inches on the Flip3 to 2.1 inches.
The Flip4 is the mainstream of the two foldables. Its cheaper price and more pocket-friendly design meant the Flip3 reportedly sold more units than all other folding phones combined, capturing 52% of the market. With talk of both new models could be cheaper than the old generation, it seems likely that this success will continue.
What to expect from the Unpacked event
The Fold4 and the Flip4 will be the highlights of the Galaxy Unpacked event in August. But it’s unlikely they’ll be the only piece of hardware to be unveiled that day. Samsung’s latest smartwatch range, the Galaxy Watch5, is also about to be launched. And of course, these two devices have already been leaked pretty well.
You can follow the August 10 event on the Samsung website.
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