Recently, the new generation of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 began to welcome the attention of the outside world, and is expected to be released on August 10. As the release date approaches, the outside world about the two new phones are also more intense, so far there have been very detailed configuration details revealed. And now there is the latest news, recently there are overseas revelations to further reveal that the two models may change the name.
According to the latest information released by SnoopyTech, both of Samsung’s new fold-screen phones are expected to be renamed as Samsung Galaxy Fold4 and Galaxy Flip4, with the letter “Z” removed from them. It’s worth noting that Samsung has already removed the “Z” from the previous model in Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia, but this time it plans to expand to global markets, although the exact reasons for this are not immediately clear.
In other aspects, according to the previously disclosed news, the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 will basically continue the internal and external dual-screen design idea of the previous generation. It will be equipped with the flagship platform of Snapdragon 8 + and equipped with the rear three-camera module of 50 megapixel main camera + 12 megapixel ultra-wide Angle camera + 12 megapixel. The built-in 4400mAh battery still only supports 25W fast charge. The new Galaxy Z Flip 4 will have the same Snapdragon 8 + processor, 50MP and 13MP dual camera modules in the back, 32MP selfie lens in the front, and a 2800mAh battery.
The new Samsung Galaxy Fold4 and Galaxy Flip4 are expected to debut together on August 10. We’re looking forward to more details.