Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 5G Appears in Hands-on Images Revealing Design and Specs

Khawar Nazir

Thanks to a string of leaks in the past few months, we’ve got a reasonably good idea of what Samsung's next flip smartphone has to offer. The new Galaxy Z Flip4 has also recently been featured in a hands-on video. The leak originates from a YouTube account, that highlights the changes to the hinge system and a look virtually identical to its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Flip3 5G.

In addition to renders and the concept designs, this Saturday afternoon, the upcoming clamshell appeared in a huge leak. Released by the TechTalkTV channel, the hands-on video presents the Samsung Galaxy Z flip4 in its full glory, mainly showcasing a seamless crease, slimmer design, and the visual interface of the handset. The video was shortly taken down after it was published, but not before the images extensively leaked on the internet. 

As shown in the images, the device does not bring major changes to the front and rear design, keeping the selfie camera in a punch-hole cut-out at the top of the display and the dual shooter setup at the back with a secondary screen that can be used to view the image captured by the cameras, notifications, or controlling the music player.

Confirming past leaks, the central folding crease of the new Samsung flip mobile appears not to be as evident as it was in the predecessor, a transition that should be one of the highlights of the next-gen lineup.

According to the YouTuber, the device will be powered by a battery with a 3,700 mAh capacity with 25W fast charging — the same that equips the Galaxy S22 5G — representing an increase of up to 400 mAh.


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