Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 4 appears to be shown in several real-world images. Some improvements to the display and battery can be seen in the leaked images, especially over the previous model.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 4 has appeared in live images, and they confirm previous rumors, including that the phone's display might have barely distinguishable creases.
It has previously appeared in a slew of leaked renders that confirm the design of Samsung's next-generation foldable phone, and the latest leak seems to confirm it as well. Here are some real-world photos of the Galaxy Z Flip 3 successor, courtesy of TechTalkTV (opens in new tab).
This model's display is smoother than the previous model, which indicates Samsung is trying to fix one of Flip 3's shortcomings: its display crease. Ice universe previously pointed out that the same design improvement could be made this month. This isn't the first time we've heard about it.
According to a tipster recently tweeted (opens in new tab), the Flip 4's crease is considerably shallower than the Flip 3. In addition, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 appears to have a thinner hinge than it had its predecessor.
As far as design is concerned, the upcoming phone doesn't differ too much from its predecessor. As with the Flip 3, it features a metal frame, multiple camera lenses, as well as a hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera. The color scheme will probably be dual-tone.
It appears the Flip 4's cameras will remain the same as well. TechTalkTV states that the main 12MP sensor, the 12MP ultrawide sensor, as well as a 10MP front-facing camera will all remain the same.
Nevertheless, we can anticipate some improvements when it comes to the battery. According to the source, Flip 4 will have a larger 3,700mAh battery and faster 25W charging speed than Flip 3's 3,300mAh battery and 15W fast charging.
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