Judge for yourself the folds on Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 with these leaked hands-on photos

Take a look at Samsung’s upcoming foldables in all their glory

Samsung’s 2022 foldable range – the Galaxy ZFlip 4 and Fold 4—will be announced during its August 10 Unpacked Event. However, leaks from the last few weeks have already ruined his party and revealed almost everything about the devices. Adding insult to injury, hands-on images of the Fold 4 and Flip 4 have now surfaced online, showing the thinner outer bezels and a less noticeable crease.


In the hands-on images shared on Twitter by @noh_techthe Galaxy Z Flip 4 looks remarkably like the Flip 3. The internal bezels might be slightly thinner than the current model, but the change seems so small that only a side-by-side comparison can confirm that. Additionally, the aluminum frame of the Flip 4 looks metallic in the leaked photos compared to the glossy finish of the Flip 3.

At first glance, hands-on images of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 also reveal no major design changes. The device feels slightly wider in the hand than the Fold 3, suggesting a change in the screen display format. But this can only be confirmed by a direct comparison. The outer hinge also looks a lot slimmer. As for the foldable screen crease, it seems less noticeable than last year’s model. However, it could become more prominent after a few folds, so it’s too early to tell if Samsung has made any progress in this area. What is clear is that the next foldable from the Korean giant will not have a flat screen like the Oppo Find N.

The leaked hands-on images indicate that Samsung’s 2022 foldable lineup won’t bring any dramatic design changes. The improvements, if any, will be minor and are unlikely to fix any of the major issues with the current generation models. Still, if you’re still interested in getting your hands on the company’s upcoming devices, you can reserve the Galaxy Z Fold 4 or Flip 4 now to save $200 on them when they are launched.


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