The first official renders released of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 show the design details of this phone
As we get closer to August, it’s time to introduce new products Samsung We’re getting close. Although the company has not made an official announcement on the matter, reports suggest that the Korean tech giant will soon announce the details of its annual Unpacked event. Meanwhile, the first official renders of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 are available.
The official renders of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 show the side view of this product. Although these images do not reveal many details, they confirm some of the previous reports about the device. When folded, this device has a square design and buttons on it can be seen on the side edge. In addition, the hinge of the phone has become a little smaller and the protrusion of the cameras is quite evident.XDA’s official render of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 confirms the design that was shown on YouTube channel TechTalkTV last month. The channel confirmed that the hinge of the next-gen Z Flip will be smaller than the current model, and also reported that the notch in the middle of the display will be smaller than before. In general, it seems that Samsung’s goal in releasing this device is to correct the problems of the previous version, and many elements of this foldable phone will be similar to its previous generation.
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Furthermore, the Samsung Z Flip 4 is expected to feature a larger external display and a larger battery. Samsung plans to offer this product in customized colors. As previously reported, this product will be officially unveiled at the Unpacked event in August alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 4.