Months before the foldable phone’s debut and just six hours after the Galaxy Z Fold 4 design detailed, exciting new leak involving CAD-based renderings reveals what’s coming Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 should look like this.
Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
Courtesy of the ever reliable Steve Hemmerstoffer (better known as OnLeaks) and 91Mobiles, the renders in question show an extremely familiar design that makes it difficult to tell the Flip 4 apart from the Flip 3. The next generation The foldable Samsung retains the 6.7-inch hole-punch display that has been used on all Galaxy Z Flip models so far and combines it with the same slim, raised bezels. These are coated in black and feature small rubber areas to protect the screen.
Flipping the Galaxy Z Flip 4 over reveals a two-tone design, again borrowed from last year’s product. The top is covered in black glass and the rest of the back comes in the color of your choice.
Going back to the black area, it houses a secondary display – rumored to be slightly larger than last year’s equivalent – and two cameras – one of which should act as the primary sensor, while the other should be an ultra-wide lens. . There’s also an LED flash, although it’s positioned lower on the back.
What else does the Galaxy Z Flip 4 bring to the table?
In addition to everything mentioned above, the CAD-based renderings also show the presence of a flat metal frame, probably carved from aluminum. It’s home to a volume rocker on the right side, as well as an elongated power button that will likely double as a fingerprint scanner again. There is a chance that the hinge will improve as well.
In addition to this, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 seems to be equipped with a USB-C port and a speaker at the bottom. Along with the internal speaker, the two speakers should offer a stereo speaker setup for a brilliant audio experience.
Multiple microphones are also placed around the device which helps in providing crystal clear audio quality during phone calls and when recording any video. There’s no word on camera specs just yet, but Samsung’s decision to make minimal changes to the design suggests it’s planning some pretty big internal updates. Fingers crossed!