Samsung has disclosed the complete design of its upcoming Samsung Galaxy z Flip 4 in alleged official press renders.
As we have previously reported that the Korean tech giant is going to announce its next-gen foldable smartphone series at an Unpacked 2022 event on August 10. Moreover, there is already pretty much everything available about the latest Samsung Galaxy Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4.
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However, now the company has ultimately shared the mystery surrounding the latter seems to have scattered consideration of the famous tipster OnLeaks, who has recently shared “Official press renders” of the upcoming compact foldable with Giznext.
Apart from that, the renders disclose a device that seems awfully similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3. In a particular way, both models are approximately the same.
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However, this is not new, we already know this because of the past render leaks that appear from the common feed. So the question is what this brand new render leak discloses? It shows the complete four-strong range of color options of the Galaxy Z Flip 4.
Furthermore, astute variations of the Galaxy Z Flip 3’s Lavender as well as Phantom Black seem to be in the mix, which might well be named Bora Purple and Graphite separately. The latter seems to obtain a lighter shade that contrasts more with the deep black camera portion.
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The two recent colors this time around contain Pink Gold which replaces the Galaxy Z Flip 3’s Cream. On the other hand, the Blue replaces the old model’s Green.
Apart from the Design, it is expected that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 will have the most recent Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chip of Qualcomm, which must render a considerable leap in functioning from the Flip 3’s Snapdragon 888.
In addition, the device is also expected to have a familiar 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED display along with an equally accustomed dual-12MP camera layout, 128 or 256GB of storage, as well as a partially bigger 2.1-inch exterior AMOLED screen.