The Galaxy Z Flip4 is likely to be one of Samsung’s most anticipated phones this year. That conclusion is based on the sales results of its predecessor, which exceeded expectations and emerged as the best-selling flip smartphone on the market.
According to unofficial information, Samsung will make the folding of the screen of the Galaxy Z Flip4 switch even more inconspicuous, by further thinning the hinge.
Both Galaxy Z models will get new power chips under the hood, most likely the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1, which should ensure even better performance but also autonomy.
It is now known that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 and Galaxy Z Fold4 will be honored with up to twice as much data memory, which makes a lot of sense, especially when we talk about the Galaxy Z Fold4 hybrid phone and tablet.
So the Galaxy Z Flip4 will reportedly get up to 512GB of data memory, and the Galaxy Z Fold4 up to 1TB of storage for apps, videos, photos and music.
Recall, the still current Galaxy Z Flip3 in the base model comes with 128GB, which is a minimum today in the mid-range segment, especially since fewer and fewer devices offer the option of expanding memory with microSD cards.