Galaxy Z Flip4 and Galaxy Z Fold4 are Samsung’s newest flip phones, each with its own role. Galaxy Z Flip4 has the task of offering a flip phone with a 6.8″ screen, which fits more easily in a pocket. In the test, he proved to be extremely capable, and here you can find his strongest assets.
The Galaxy Z Fold4, which I only briefly tried at the launch in London, has a slightly different role. Like its predecessor, it represents a 2in1 phone and mini tablet.
Samsung further refined its hinge, slightly widened the outer screen and hid the selfie camera a little better under the inner screen.
It runs Samsung’s One UI over Android 12L, tailored for large-screen devices and runs nice and smooth.
That wasn’t enough for one character, so he played with his Fold and turned it into a hybrid of Windows Phone and Windows PC.
On the external display, this Galaxy Z Fold4 has the widely known Metro UI user interface with different sized tiles.
Inside, on the big screen, you will be greeted by a real Windows PC interface with a start button, a calendar and weather widget, notifications and a Control Panel.
Of course, Android is still in the background, and in order to transform the user interface into Windows Phone on the external screen and Windows on the internal screen, he used two launchers and Bixby routines.
It all works amazingly well and looks really cool. It looks so good that I wistfully remember the Windows Phone platform, which ended ingloriously.
Watch the video and find out how you too can get a touch of Windows Phone or Windows on your phone.