Even though some people didn’t believe it, Samsung is making foldable phones more common. This is because its first bets were high-quality products that won the trust of users, who then told their friends about them. Now, these devices are just as popular as others. People who want a “futuristic” look or who are tired of having the same phone as everyone else choose them.
In fact, we just found out that Bill Gates uses one of these devices, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, which is one of the best on the market right now. Because of this, there is a lot of excitement about its successor, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, as well as its “companion,” the Z Fold 4. The company has been good at keeping its secrets so far, but a recent leak would show us what these new devices will look like.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4
When we hear about a foldable device, the first thing we want to know about it is how it looks. In this case, there has been a lot of talk about how the next generation of smartphones might be different. But now we may have our first look at the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 and the Fold 4 thanks to what appear to be official images that were leaked by 91Mobiles. These images show the devices from all sides and could be our first look at them.
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We can see that the Z Fold 4 will come in black, beige, and gray, while the Z Flip 4 will have black, gold, blue, and purple options. As for the rest of the design, some people will be disappointed because there aren’t many new features or changes from the old devices. This makes a little bit of sense, though, since the old ones were comfortable in all ways. Even the cameras look the same, so the only change will be on the inside of the device.
The only thing we can’t tell from the photos is whether the Fold 4 will actually have a selfie camera built into the screen or a place to hold the S Pen stylus, which had been rumored for a long time.
So, the new devices will be similar to the ones that came before them, but not exactly the same. For example, we still don’t know exactly what specs the display will have, and it’s possible that the bending system has been improved. All of this won’t be confirmed, though, until Samsung announces the new devices on August 10.