Galaxy Z Flip 4 is the new smartphone in the Galaxy Z lineup.

Samsung, at today’s Unpacked event, announce the long-awaited next-generation Galaxy Z Flip 4. With the new device, Samsung is working on reducing the hinge weight and trying to slim it down. This in turn will reduce the gap, and increase the durability of the device.

At the back, you get Gorilla Glass Victus+ glass, which introduces better scratch resistance, and damage resistance, with the outer shell made of Armor Aluminum. In the display, Samsung has shaved off more bezels, retaining the 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The punch hole will feature a 10MP selfie camera. On the outside, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will come with a secondary AMOLED display with a resolution of 260x512px, with a new range of customizations available. This includes new widgets for the display.

Inside, you get the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, along with 8GB of RAM and 128/256GB storage. For the camera, the Flip 4 comes with a 12MP main sensor with OIS along with a 12MP ultra-wide sensor. As for the software, Samsung One UI 4.1 runs seamlessly, with Android 12 underneath, bringing the feature-rich OS with a major focus on the privacy of the user built-in. For those splash protection, Samsung has added IPX8 certification as well.

For the battery, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 comes with a 3,700mAh battery which is a direct improvement compared to the last year’s Flip 3. Alongside, you can charge your device with a 25W fast charger, sold separately.

For those who want a Bespoke edition, you get one. The Galaxy Z Flip 4 comes in Graphite, Pink Gold, Bora Purple, and Blue, alongside the Bespoke edition, which will be available on Samsung’s official website.

The sale of the device will begin starting August 26th, with a price tag of $999.

Source: GSMArena

Also, Read: Galaxy Z Fold 4 will come with a properly hidden under-display camera.

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