Samsung is expected to unveil its new foldable flagship Galaxy Z Flip4 and Galaxy Z Fold4 at a global event on August 10.
According to digital blogger @ibinguniverse, the Fold 4 information list for the Korean version shows the existence of a 1TB version, confirming previous rumors. This is good news for users who prefer large storage.
Previously, Fold3 had a maximum of 512GB of storage and no microSD card slot, making it a bit of a stretch for users with large storage needs.
But as storage capacity increases, the price of the Fold4 is set to rise, reaching an estimated $1,999.
The Galaxy Z Fold4 will also be powered by a Snapdragon 8+ processor, with a 7.6-inch interior screen and a 6.2-inch exterior screen, both capable of a 120Hz refresh rate and still using an under-screen camera. The Galaxy Z Fold4 will be the first snapdragon 8+ flagship with 1TB of storage.
In addition, according to the latest photos, Galaxy Z Fold4 has significantly lighter creases than the existing Galaxy Z Fold3, and the hinges and screen will be upgraded.
As for the design, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 has only been tweaked in detail. It still uses the internal folding plan, other details will have to wait for the press release.