Samsung is gearing up to launch its new Galaxy Z Flip 4 as a successor to its Galaxy Z Flip 3 smartphone. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 was launched back in 2021 and tasted tremendous success in the market owing to its unique folding and compact design. Samsung is looking forward to capitalising on it by offering the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 with a tweaked design and improved internals.
The specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 were leaked recently. Now, thanks to a new video by TechTalkTV, we have a clear look at the device. Although the video was taken down, we have got hold of the snapshots that reveal the handset fully. In the image, we can see the inner and the outer screen of the foldable smartphone. The design is similar to the Galaxy Z Flip 3. However, according to the source, it is now slimmer and lighter.
Talking about the hinge design, it is said to be smaller compared to the hinge of the outgoing model. The display crease is less prominent now, which could be attributed to the newer hinge mechanism. Another major change is the larger cover screen, which is speculated to be 2.1 inches in size, up from the 1.9-inch of the Galaxy Z Flip 3. The inner screen is expected to be of the same 6.7-inch size.
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The Galaxy Z Flip 4 is likely to be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset built on TSMC’s 4nm fabrication process. So, expect it to run cooler than the Snapdragon 888 of the earlier model. Also, you can expect some improvement in its battery efficiency.
The Galaxy Z Flip 3 came with a relatively small 3,300mAh battery coupled with slow 15-watt charging support, which was a major drawback of the handset. The new Galaxy Z Flip 4 is said to address that by adding a higher capacity battery and a faster 25-watt charging tech. This, along with a relatively power-efficient processor, should offer an improved battery backup.
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